Arts & Culture

Abinadi Meza’s ‘Air, Condition’ At Blaffer Art Museum

An audio/video art installation explores the enigma of radio.

Video still 1 from Air,Condition installation. Credit: Abinadi Meza.
Video still 1 from Air,Condition installation. Credit: Abinadi Meza

Video still 2 from Air,Condition installation. Credit: Abinadi Meza.
Video still 2 from Air,Condition installation. Credit: Abinadi Meza.

Video still 3 from Air,Condition installation. Credit: Abinadi Meza.
Video still 3 from Air,Condition installation. Credit: Abinadi Meza.

Sound artist and filmmaker Abinadi Meza talks about his two-site audio/video installation Air, Condition, an exploration of the swarming, invisible transmissions that constantly occupy our atmosphere and personal space. On view through October 29, the installation’s elements can be viewed and heard at 110 Milam Street (downtown), and at the Blaffer Art Museum on the University of Houston’s main campus.

Listen to the Air, Condition segment on KUHF’s Houston Matters.


Artist Abinadi Meza talks about his installation, Air, Condition. Video by Troy Schulze.

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Troy Schulze

Producer, Houston Matters

Troy Schulze is a producer for Houston Matters. He also produces the podcast Party Politics and the digital video series Skyline Sessions. Schulze has been working as a writer and producer in digital media for over 20 years. He has received three Emmy nominations for his work on the TV...

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