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Sonia Caceres
Sonia Caceres • 1 year ago

“Symphony in S Minor” is a sculpture that plays like music. Where the harmony comes through in more nuanced ways with the retelling of each stanza. It is a sculpture that plays in the minor key of base relief. Unlike the music of Brahms and Beethoven that can be played in a dozen keys, sculpture can be played in only two. The first, the major key, is full, stands alone and in the round. The second, the minor key, is played flat to the wall or to the change we carry in our pockets everyday. It...

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