NYTimes review the Cuoghi’s artwork by arcHITects

The NY Times review the Cuoghi’s artwork at New Museum designed and studied by arcHITects.
It the best works of contemporary art currently on view in a New York Museum…

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The NY Times review the Cuoghi’s artwork at New Museum designed and studied by arcHITects.
It the best works of contemporary art currently on view in a New York Museum

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/23/arts/design/aural-installations-take-over-new-museum.html?_r=2

Mr. Cuoghi then played and sang all the parts of his corral — or chorale — and assembled the recordings into an ensemble performance. Instead of becoming his father, he became an archaeologist, anthropologist, musicologist, instrument maker, multitalented musician and, finally, sound engineer.

“Suillakku Corral” is among the best works of contemporary art currently on view in a New York museum. –

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