Aaron McGarry
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Howe hall ( Aero space): attribute: dynamic_The wire seems to represent the strong sand storm moving around an astronaut in Mars.

Howe hall ( Aero space): attribute: dynamic_The wire seems to represent the strong sand storm moving around an astronaut in Mars.

She Installed 40 Speakers In An Art Gallery… The Effect Is Hauntingly Beautiful. - http://www.sqba.co/videos/she-installed-40-speakers-in-an-art-gallery-the-effect-is-hauntingly-beautiful/

She Installed 40 Speakers In An Art Gallery… The Effect Is Hauntingly Beautiful. - http://www.sqba.co/videos/she-installed-40-speakers-in-an-art-gallery-the-effect-is-hauntingly-beautiful/

Five minutes of Pure Sculpture. Sound and light installation by Anthony McCall.

Five minutes of Pure Sculpture. Sound and light installation by Anthony McCall.

“Capturing Resonance” exhibit at the deCordova Museum (MA).Sculptor Soo Sunny Park and composer Spencer Topel. Park inserted thousands of acrylic squares into chain link fencing, making the piece a constantly evolving palette of colour, shadows, and reflection. The installation also features Topel's audio element, activated by motion sensors so the sound is ever-changing and layered like its iridescent muse.

“Capturing Resonance” exhibit at the deCordova Museum (MA).Sculptor Soo Sunny Park and composer Spencer Topel. Park inserted thousands of acrylic squares into chain link fencing, making the piece a constantly evolving palette of colour, shadows, and reflection. The installation also features Topel's audio element, activated by motion sensors so the sound is ever-changing and layered like its iridescent muse.

Digital art and design studio onformative, have created ANIMA iki, an immersive experience of light and sound.

Digital art and design studio onformative, have created ANIMA iki, an immersive experience of light and sound.

"Lift Every Voice and Sing" sculpture was designed by Augusta Savage for the 1939 World's Fair. (Good catch, Ivy!)

"Lift Every Voice and Sing" sculpture was designed by Augusta Savage for the 1939 World's Fair. (Good catch, Ivy!)