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Photo by Jacqueline Nova

Jacqueline Nova was one of Latin America's most important avant-garde and experimental musicians of the 20th century. Her rarely exhibited 1972 work, "Creacion de la Tierra" (Creation of the Earth), which was created by sonically altering a series of recordings of chants by the indigenous U'wa peoples of Northeastern Colombia, is presented as an immersive sound installation.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be displayed until January 4, 2020.

Jacqueline Nova was one of Latin America's most important avant-garde and experimental musicians of the 20th century. Her rarely exhibited 1972 work, "Creacion de la Tierra" (Creation of the Earth), which was created by sonically altering a series of recordings of chants by the indigenous U'wa peoples of Northeastern Colombia, is presented as an immersive sound installation.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be displayed until January 4, 2020.

Jacqueline Nova was one of Latin America's most important avant-garde and experimental musicians of the 20th century. Her rarely exhibited 1972 work, "Creacion de la Tierra" (Creation of the Earth), which was created by sonically altering a series of recordings of chants by the indigenous U'wa peoples of Northeastern Colombia, is presented as an immersive sound installation.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be displayed until January 4, 2020.

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Blaffer Art Museum
4173 Elgin St.
Houston, TX 77004
http://www.uh.edu/kgmca/box-office/?view=e&id=8877#event

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