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From My Inner Crust

This installation of piano wire, filled buckets and a piano carcass comprised an aerial instrument, born of the piano, becoming something quite different and independent of it. Several wire thicknesses and lengths stretched by varying bucket weights caused sonic variations. The tones of the piano harp when strummed like a regular harp, could be intense and almost haunting.

This piece represents that part of the self that is deep within— the unseen, hidden part of our personalities. My interpretation of the curator, Jeff Nathanson's theme "Unearthed" represents the pulling up of deep, dark emotions from the inner crust of who we are, facing subconscious memory and difficult experiences.

Visitors were invited to pluck and/or strike the harp strings and those extending into the room.

   
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