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April 22 – April 25, 2021 :  for Earth Day, at Goethe-Institut Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

January 21 – April 24, 2021 :  in Unbearable Beauty at Moss Arts Center, at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA

March 1, 2020 – May 23, 2020 :  in Learning from Nature: The Future of Design at MODA: the Museum of Design Atlanta, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

January 13, 2020 – February 13, 2020 :  Fields Pond Audubon Center, Holden, Maine, USA

June 15, 2019 – October 6, 2019 :  The Cannery at South Penobscot, Penobscot, Maine, USA  (permanent collection)

March 16 – 23, 2019 :  Mass. Audubon Boston Nature Center, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

September 2018 – February 2019 :  The Cannery at South Penobscot, Penobscot, Maine, USA

August 11 – 17, 2018 :  private residence, Malden, Massachusetts, USA  

July 14 – August 8, 2018 :  Spaceus in the Roslindale Substation building, Roslindale, Massachusetts, USA

May 3 and May 9, 2018 :  Fernald AP/PE Space, Orono, Maine, USA

e x h i b i t i o n   v i e w s

During two early exhibitions of Requiem, groups of middle school-aged students encountered the piece, accompanied by their instructors. This fulfills my primary hope for the piece, which is to see it engaging people from outside of the art world, and particularly the young. The work presents simple materials and factual information, encouraging listeners to draw their own conclusions. Below are two installation-view photographs of groups of youngsters in the space.

The photograph on the left is from the premier installation in the Fernald AP/PE Space, Orono, Maine. The photo on the right is from the installation hosted by Spaceus at the amazing Roslindale Substation building, Roslindale Village, Boston, Massachusetts.

Students from the Holbrook Middle School (RSU 63), Holden, Maine (left) and the Audubon Boston Nature Center, Boston, Massachusetts (right)

The following image, taken during the Goethe-Institut Boston installation, April 2021, shows Requiem’s minimal presence in a very live room, whose acoustically bright, reflective surfaces work very effectively to bathe the audio in natural reverb.

The following photograph, from the Moss Arts Center’s 2021 group exhibit entitled Unbearable Beauty, shows the exhibit room dimly lit, which is always my request. In this case the gallery graciously complied. I very much appreciate this gesture which aims to focus the audience’s attention on the sound as much as possible.

On view in the exhibition Unbearable Beauty at the Moss Arts Center, Winter/Spring 2021. Photo by Pippi Miller.

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