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Cave of sounds: l’arte digitale «suona» al Museo della Scienza
From Giovanna Maria Vagnani
Eight musical instruments, each designed and made by a different artist, make up the Cave of Sounds digital art installation, which recently found a home in the Science Museum. The installation, the work of artist and composer Tim Murray-Browne, explores the power of music to connect individuals through digital art, and it is inherently interactive: anyone, even if unfamiliar with music, can play these special instruments. , create harmony. Would you like to try? The appointment is Sunday October 23, when the installation will be open to the public, from 11 to 13 and from 14 to 17. Monday 24, however, at 18, presenting installation and dialogue with Murray-Browne during the Extraordinary opening free of charge evening of the museum where you can also experience the activities of Future Inventors Laboratory, book at museoscienza.org.
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