Multi-sensory installation extraordinaire, Carlos Amorales will bring his renowned playful sculptural practice to Melbourne when the National Gallery Of Victoria presents his solo show We’ll see how all reverberates.

Channelling large installation mobile structures reminiscent of Alexander Calder, Amorales’s work invites the viewer to interact with a giant suspended sculptural piece which acts simultaneously as an art installation and an interactive musical instrument. Thirty-five Zildjian copper cymbals will hang from a metal structure in which visitors can smash, clang, and bang at, causing the structure to shudder and sway, sending waves of vibrations throughout NGV’s Federation Court and into The Great Hall.

Combining visual, aural and kinetic experiences, Amorales’s show is sure to chime on strong throughout its three month residency, and leave ripples of vibrations echoing throughout the NGV far beyond its final days.

Carlos Amorales: Well see how all reverberates

Federation Court
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

8 August 2015 – 8 November 2015
Free Entry

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