Neither Woofers nor Tweeters 

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Ted Coffey and Rebekah Wostrel have worked hard to create personal soundscapes in their show "Absorption & Flow" at 1708 Gallery. Think about the speaker rooms at Circuit City, only designed to reflect the movement of observers through sound or to throw feedback onto tiles rather than pumping out another Top 40 earloaf. Coffey and Wostrel have put together a show of porcelain sculpture to filter and play with sound, a bunch of strange flowers that make noise rather than pollen. Joseph Lupo's handmade reproductions of receipts are also on display, through May 26. 643-1708. S

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