ASU Art Museum is presenting a site-specific installation that incorporates sound, land, and animals as a way to raise awareness about risks facing endangered species living in the Sonoran Desert. Tania Candiani worked with electronic musicians to create experimental sound scores conceived as lullabies for these indigenous animals. The exhibit includes videos, sculptural sounds works, and other objects.
For the Animals: Tania Candiani, Part II
Sede: ASU Art Museum. Arizona, E.U
March 21 to July 25, 2020
More information: https://asuevents.asu.edu/content/animals-tania-candiani-part-ii