Some things are so exciting you can’t even find words to describe them. Which is the case with Scott Hocking’s collaboration with the DSO. Have you ever stared at a work of art and wondered how it sounds? Exactly. Minds blown, and this thing hasn’t even happened.

Mark your calendars: Tuesday 21 May 2019

Straight from the DSO:

SIGHT & SOUND: The DSO and Wasserman Projects Gallery present a night of music connected to Scott Hocking’s exhibition titled “SEVENTEEN SHITTY MOUNTAINS”. Composed of sewer pipes and other concrete elements, this megalithic installation investigates, honors, and re-envisions the found materials and neglected spaces of our urban landscape. Through the use of shockingly fluorescent colors and humor, the work speaks to the absurdity of what we choose to honor and sanctify and what we decide to merely discard.

Artists
Shannon Ormeclarinet
Joe Beckerpercussion
Zhihua Tangpiano
Sheryl Hwangboviolin
David LeDouxcello

Program
ANDY AKIHO Karakurenai for open instrumentation
OSVALDO GOLIJOV Mariel for Cello and Marimba
PAUL MORAVEC Tempest Fantasy
CAROLINE SHAW Boris Kerner for Cello and Tuned Flower Pots

Scott Hocking “Seventeen Shitty Mountains” (Installation View), 2019
Photo Credit: PD Rearick, Courtesy Wasserman Projects

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