Visual Arts, Fall Arts

Trimpin: Ambiente432

The museum commissioned Trimpin, a ground-breaking composer and sculptor who has lived and worked in Seattle since 1979, to design and create a major new work for the WSU community. Ambiente432 is a site-responsive installation exploring the sound-space continuum, demonstrating how an architectural environment may coexist and harmonize with a kinetic sound sculpture. Like much of his previous work, this installation combines Trimpin’s research in musical, acoustical, and sound sculpture design, joining music scores and kinetics with computer technology. Ongoing through 2019; open Tue-Sun 10 am-4 pm (closed during holidays, WSU breaks).

Price: Free

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