One note, played on a toy keyboard, is followed by a second. Then a third, and a fourth. And with each note added, eventually reaching 100, the room changes. Frequencies multiply, reverberations hover in space, and the slightest acoustic variations emerge.
Experimental Japanese sound artist ASUNA invites guests to gather in the round and move about the space as he nimbly manipulates this room of instruments, using the moiré pattern to create an immersive, unusual, and sublime sonic bath. Simultaneously analog and electronic, minimal and complex, meditative and mesmerizing, 100 Keyboards builds unceasingly toward an infinite and sustained crescendo.
Audience members stand and move around the space to experience the performance. Accessible seating is available upon request.