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September 5, 2017 AT 3:00 pm

Matana Roberts’ Interactive Sound Environment …Breath… in Madison Square Park #ArtTuesday

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Check this out if you’re in New York this week! From MadisonSquarePark.org:

Musician, composer, and multimedia artist Matana Roberts will create an intricate soundscape in the Park on September 5-10. By employing her unique PSQ (Panoramic Sound Quilting) approach, she will weave video, graphics, and musical components to create …Breath…, an interactive and conceptual sound environment. During her Blank Forms artist residency, she will invite other to collaborate with her in its creation, including Park visitors.

Read more here and on Blank Forms


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