Jace Clayton: Silver Clouds


Free with museum admission

Jace Clayton wearing a blue wool coat and gray scarf standing against a gray sky. credit Jace Clayton, photo by Rob Long

The Warhol and Powdermill Nature Reserve, Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s environmental research station, invited interdisciplinary artist Jace Clayton to compose a sound installation for Andy Warhol’s Silver Clouds installation. This audio intervention is inspired by both the work of museum researchers at Powdermill and Warhol’s futuristic floating sculptures, which hover between the natural and the artificial. Clayton’s piece reflects the bird-like sounds created by oscillators in David Tudor’s original score for Rainforest, Merce Cunningham’s 1968 dance performance set amidst Warhol’s Silver Clouds.

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This installation is co-presented with Carnegie Nexus as part of the series Strange Times: Earth in the Age of the Human.