Sound in Sculpture is a showcase of original music composed and performed by students from the Butler School of Music inspired by works in the university’s public art collection. Each premiere performance takes place against the backdrop of the site-specific work of art that inspired the piece.
Artwork has been commissioned or presented by Landmarks, the university’s public art program.
Performances are Free and open to the public.
Works of Art:
Sol LeWitt — Circle with Towers
Sol LeWitt — Wall Drawing #520
Casey Reas — A Mathematical Theory of Communication
Friday, April 20
The Bill & Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex & Dell Computer Science Hall (GDC)
Performance will begin at the Circle with Towers installation at the Speedway entrance to The Bill & Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex & Dell Computer Science Hall (GDC)
Saturday, April 21
Butler School of Music
Recital Studio (MRH 2.608)
Presented in partnership with Hook ‘Em Arts, Landmarks, and students from the Butler School of Music Composition Department