Centrally located within a leafy park in Brooklyn, a neglected pavilion is re-imagined as a body in resonance.
Evening performances consist of movements within the gentle measures of the colonnade.
Taut wires hold bridge elements against the surface of the ceiling, allowing the chamber to reverberate when the wires are played. The lengths of wires are framed and illuminated within the curvature of the structure.
The pavilion is given a new voice, not via its neo-classical ornamentation, rather through the resonating of its inherent form.