The Pulitzer Arts Foundation presents an exhibition of works by Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1965, Philipsz is best known for her sound-based works, many of which incorporate recordings of the artist’s own voice and respond to the environmental and historical contexts of their surroundings. Originally trained as a sculptor, Philipsz works with the emotive potential of sound in relation to space and architecture. Her works, which comprise poetic meditations on the themes of loss, hope, and longing, will be interspersed throughout the Pulitzer’s Tadao Ando-designed building, creating a singular immersive environment.