Friday, January 17, 2003

Sound Art
To his right, mounted to wood on a wall, are tiny brass rods affixed with fishing wire to the keys of a 1930s Remington typewriter.

And next to that is a stainless-steel sink flanked by copper pipes and aluminum light fixtures. With a quick blow into an attached clear tube, it creates a medley that sounds like Louis Armstrong playing a horn inside his bathtub.
Go see my friend Ravi make music out of a telephone, an answering machine, and an amplifier.

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