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The Human-Harp Project Turns the Brooklyn Bridge into a Giant Musical Instrument!

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 17, 2013 01:08 AM
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by Yuka Yoneda last modified Sep 16, 2013


If you ever looked up at the Brooklyn Bridge's rows of suspension cables and thought that it looked like a giant harp, you're not the only one. Artist Di Mainstone recently made that very connection and decided to take the similarity a step further with her




 

 

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If you ever looked up at the Brooklyn Bridge’s rows of suspension cables and thought that it looked like a giant harp, you’re not the only one. Artist Di Mainstone recently made that very connection and decided to take the similarity a step further with her Human-Harp project. The music/art installation turned the historic bridge into a giant musical instrument, allowing it to be “played” by a performer strapped to a harness.

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