Public Art | Oscillators by Intermedio

Sunday - May 01, 2022

10:00 AM
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Sunday, May 1 through Tuesday, May 10 · 10 AM — 10 PM

Oscillators is a public art installation featuring pendulums created from the keys of a deconstructed piano. Visitors are encouraged to set the pendulums in motion, which will create musical chords and a dramatic effect of light and dark within the space.

Oscillators is an original work created for the Festival by Intermedio, a group of artists, designers, and musicians who specialize in immersive environments, performances, and interactive installations.

Free Event.

*The installation is open to the public 30 minutes before and after concert events held at Dalton Center Recital Hall. Please see our list of events being held at this venue.

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Genre

Public Art

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Duration

12 Hours, Daily

FREE EVENT

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