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ELLIOTT LANDY:
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Elliott Landy
PENNSYLVANIA
STATION:
THE ONE THAT
GOT AWAY
Pennsylvania Station
IT'S A BIG
WORLD IN
THERE

Big World
Living Large
LIVING
LARGE

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It's a Big World in There was a multi-media art installation, which turned a former church space into a participatory experience of art and music with larger-than-life flowing garments which could be manipulated by the audience using ropes reminiscent of sailing technology. The creators chose the image of a shirt because it's like a "shelter, it's a doorway you can enter into, it has a front opening, and it has arms that will enwrap you... it's very warm and benevolent." With music combining bells, organs, folk songs, a heartbeat, and psalms, and words projected upon the walls, the piece provided the audience a multi-faceted audio-visual immersion into a unique world. The installation was created by three artists: sculptor Kate Hamilton, video artist Tona Wilson, and composer Jonathan Elliott.

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