Artist Statement: Black holes, dark matter, stars and planets dance around together on this Baldwin. Much of the space is textured with thick black, magenta, white, greys, blues and more. The singularity is more of a white hole than a black hole, but it pulls people to the piano from a distance, and as they get closer they can examine all kinds of fun details. As a violinist as well as a painter, the nexus of music and visual art is something I love to explore. I believe that the universe is made of music, everything emits a vibration, all planets, all atoms, and those vibrations can come together in a tangible way through the sounds of this piano. I hope that those who play this piano experience the wonder, magic, and mystery of music and space.
  • 2016

Swirling Sounds


Emma Sky

Public Location

Brownsville Recreation Center (June 9 - 19, 2016)

Permanent Home

K654 Van Siclen Community Middle School (Delivered Fall 2016)

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