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Cyclical resonance installation
Documentation of the October 21, 1995 performance/installation of "Cyclical Resonance Installation: An Installation of Interactive Sound Sculpture/Instruments," as part of the Time Arts series "Sounds Good to Me: A Series of Audio Art and Experimental Music." <br>Chicago artist, musician, and sculptor Bill Close strings the RSG performance space, transforming the entire space into an instrument. He performs his own compositions as well as other pieces written for his instruments. The public is invited to play on the sound sculpture as well. <br>This performance was a part of the Time Arts series "Sounds Good to Me: A Series of Audio Art and Experimental Music," held October 7-29, 1995. –[Source: Event Calendar -- September/October 1995]
October 21, 1995
Sounds Good to Me: A Series of Audio Art and Experimental Music, October 7-29, 1995Cyclical Resonance Installation, October 18, 1995
Hi8, 1:19:17 : Sound, Color.
Original label: Bill Close 10-21-95 Cyclical Resonance Installation
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