This multi-media installation was conceived by Aaron Henderson, Michael Morrill and Mathew Rosenblum, three faculty members of the Studio Arts and Music departments at the University of Pittsburgh. Created specifically for the octagonal space of the gallery (also known as the Rotunda), the visual and sonic components connect time and space with the intrinsic qualities of the room, as the natural light coming in from the high ocular windows complement the reverberating sounds filling the room.
All three artists responded together to the specificities of this unique space in the Frick Fine Arts Building, bringing in elements from the outside and reflecting upon them in their own individual way.
The installation opened in September 2015, marking the building’s 50th anniversary.
- Isabelle Chartier