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The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Plays Alongside Barbara Kasten Projection

By Delphine de Causans

April 18, 2016

Last Thursday in Dallas at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, a lucky few were invited to an outdoor concert by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. We were there, thanks to Bortolami Gallery in collaboration with SOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival, to admire an immersive, on-site installation by artist Barbara Kasten. Three large projected colorful squares rotated along with the music, playing with the stability of the wall’s surface. The shapes appeared one after another and seemed to float like a feather drifting in the wind. The pairing of classical music and contemporary video created a magnetic and unforgettable atmosphere.

Barbara KastenBortolami GalleryDallas Symphony OrchestraMorton H. Meyerson Symphony CenterSOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival

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