As part of a continuing slate of public art installations during Dartmouth’s Year of the Arts, a piece by Keith Moskow ’83 and Robert Linn of Moskow Linn Architectsin Boston, has been placed outside the Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center. The 20-foot-tall Ice Chimes is a weather-responsive musical sculpture that creates sounds from collected ice and snow.
“We are thrilled to have the Ice Chimes at Dartmouth this winter,” says Michael Taylor, director of the Hood Museum of Art and chair of Dartmouth’s Public Art Committee. “One of the goals of the Year of the Arts is to bring art to different parts of the campus, and Ice Chimes, with its blend of architecture, art, engineering, music, and science, seemed like the perfect work to install outside the Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center.
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