Guy Goldstein (Israeli, born 1974) maintains a hybrid practice as a
multimedia artist and musician. Exploring the shifting relationships
between sound and image, Goldstein considers how sonic and visual
experiences overlap and inform one another. During Fall 2019, Goldstein was in residence at Bemis Center for
Contemporary Arts. As Bemis Center's Sound Art + Experimental Music
Program resident, Goldstein spent his time in Omaha conceptualizing a
project for Joslyn's Riley Contemporary Artists Project (CAP) Gallery.
The artist’s work often responds to place and the Bemis building, as
well as the Old Market’s history as a hub of labor and manufacturing,
provided inspiration for a new video and sculpture.