WSP.2002.033

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Audio%20Corridor%20sculpture%20in%20the%20Windsor%20Sculpture%20Park

Audio%20Corridor%20sculpture%20in%20the%20Windsor%20Sculpture%20Park

Details

ID Number

WSP.2002.033

Category

Communication Artifact

Sub-category

Art

Item Name

sculpture

Maker

Lazarus, Ian

Title

Audio Corridor

Date

2000

Materials

STAINLESS STEEL

Measurements

20'6" long

Description

Audio Corridor; stainless steel; two pieces; 20'6" long An interactive sculpture made of aluminum tubing, formed in two separate structures of multiple triangles. The two structures are set next to each other with a four foot walkway between

History

Audio Corridor invites interaction as the path and landscape have been incorporated as part of the composition. This dynamic stainless steel sculpture is 20’6” in length and once had chimes attached which produced sound. It still creates the illusion that it could be played like it was an xylophone or harp. Audio Corridor was installed in the Odette Sculpture Park in the year 2000 in Centennial Park at the foot of Campbell Ave. With his work Audio Corridor, Ian Lazarus has managed to create a dynamic interaction between the sculpture, its setting and the viewer who engages in it. We are invited to move through it just as one would move through music if it could be made visible. Ian Lazarus has two sculptures in the sculpture park: Consophia and Audio Corridor. In the Spring of 2014 the Windsor Star had a "Sculpture Park Showdown" contest similar to the bracket challenge for NCAA March Madness. There were 5 rounds in total. Audio Corridor was out after round two.

Collection Name

Windsor Sculpture Park

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