An interactive sound and light sculpture debut
Join us for the much anticipated debut of our interactive compositional public art project, Sound Sculpture. This immersive, flexible interface allows particpants to create music, sculpture and light creations through placement of the blocks in space.
Yo-el Cassel's 360 Ensemble of dancers joins us each night for special vignette engagements with Sound Sculpture.
Boston Innovation & Design Building
21 Drydock Ave, Suite 110E, Boston
Evening events: April 28 and 29th, 7:30 - 11:00
Special family showing: April 29th, 12:00 - 2:00
Sound Sculpture was made possible with funding by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ Creative City Program, with funding from The Barr Foundation and with additional support from the Boston Foundation. Additional funding provided by The Boston Foundation.
Special Thanks to our donors, grantors and our host, The Innovation and Design Building.
Masary Studios (drum kit, marimba and video projection) will share a unique double bill with choreographer-educator Yo-El Cassell and his theatre movement ensemble, 360* on April 7. Ryan Edwards and Yo-El will work alongside students in a residency at the Boston Community Leadership Academy (BCLA), where students will compose their own “found sounds” rhythm piece to be performed by peers and premiere their original student piece as well.
This Neighborhood Arts event will combine forces in a mind-expanding collaboration of music, dance and video projection!
Please join us for an opening reception featuring Contour 19’s newest artists Karim Badwan, Nancy Colella, Laura Harvey, Connie Kolman and emerging artist Deborah Baye , in collaboration with Masary Studios. Experience visual art and mixed media with live performance art and video image mapping in a setting with the gallery’s 15 original artists. Lite bites, beverages and beer by Zelus Beer Company will be provided