The creators of “Choral” – an installation combining art, architecture and technology – are composer Jay Alan Yim, an associate professor of composition and music technology at the Bienen School of Music, and 3D/video artist Marlena Novak (’83 MFA Weinberg). The multidimensional installation is on display at 150 Media Stream through Sept. 30.Continue reading on Northwestern Now
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