A Glass House Made Of The Most Relaxing Sounds Imaginable
Sounds like home.
Stressed out? Freaked out? Worn out? Relax with this video. It features experimental musicians Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto performing live at Philip Johnson’s famous Glass House in Connecticut. The collaboration is a part of an art series put on by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama at the architecturally significant residence. An improvised performance that uses the house itself as an instrument, it’s full of beautiful passages of glowing drones and shimmering sounds that are sure to put your mind at ease. A double bonus is the video itself, which lets you feel immersed in the meditative atmosphere inside. Get lost in sound below.
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