June 18, 2013
January 05, 2014
Discover a menagerie of musical instruments, watch songs come to life through video and animation, and view prints and paintings that blur the boundaries between sight and sound. Spalding House's summer exhibition explores the kinship of music and art.
See the Radiohead video Weird Fishes alongside two of the puppets Tobias Stretch created for the video. "Play" air as part of Pas de Chocolat's ingenious interactive installation that uses motion sensors. Includes works by Joan Miró, Wassily Kandinsky, James Whistler, Onchi Koshiro, Harry Bertoia, Jean Charlot, and Peter Chamberlain.
Now Hear That! music series
The museum has invited performers Mano Kane, Zack Shimizu (half of Sing the Body), Erika Elona and Erin Smith to explore the exhibition, then play a 30-minute acoustic set amid the works of art. The concerts are held on selected Sundays at 2pm.