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An Exhibit by Michael Masaru Flora and Christian Langheinrich

JULY 17 - 31

OPENING EVENT - JULY 20

 
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The Auditory Experience

We want to celebrate our ability to hear, in all its dimensions, in all its glory. We will be hosting exhibits and programs that delve into the world of auditory experiences, and it is going to be beautiful. 

 
 
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Schedule of Events

What's Ahead

We will be hosting a number of events, exhibits, workshops, performances, lectures, and presentations at The Resonance Box. Are you curious about the science of sound? Would you like to know how the first radios were created? What are the differences between Western classical music and Persian classical music? How does building your own microphone sound? Why do you hear certain frequencies of sound and not others? We want to explore all of these things. And they only make up the tip of the iceberg. 

 

 
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Compose your own pieces

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Create your own instruments

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Listen to experts at the intersection of sound and science

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Go on Sound tours around the twin cities

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Enjoy private gatherings

 
 
 
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Location

The Resonance Box

 

On the south end of Chicago Avenue, we are a few blocks from Minnehaha Parkway, one of our absolute favorite parts of Minneapolis. You can walk north from The Resonance Box and reach the creek under the bridge. There is a hiking and biking trail right next to the creek in both west and east directions. To the west, you can take a short path to lake Nokomis, one of the Twin Cities' beauties. To the west, you can take a longer pristine walk towards Lake Harriet, one of the three connected lakes, Harriet, Isles, and Bde Mka Ska very popular for hikers and bikers. We love our city and this is only one of many natural gems embedded within it. We are honored to be its neighbor.

 
 
 
 
 
 
The deeper the blue becomes, the more strongly it calls man towards the infinite, awakening in him a desire for the pure and, finally, for the supernatural ... The brighter it becomes, the more it loses its sound, until it turns into silent stillness and becomes white.
— Wassily Kandinsky
 
 
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