December 4, 2006

Trimpin is a renowned sound artist from Seattle, whose recent installation, Sheng High at the Missoula Art Museum involves a laser scannable wall map of the Milltown Reservoir that can trigger a mechanical pulley that raises and lowers one of numerous large bamboo tubes in a basin of river water, thus forcing air through the bamboo to a reed, which then elicits a sound or a whole series of them. Read more about in the Missoula Independent or the Missoulian. Or attend a lecture by Caitlin DeSilvey, a cultural geographer working on Milltown histories, December 5, at 7p.m. at the MAM.
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