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Brian Hunt

Fox Tower music included John Adams, not John Cage, though the latter would arguably have been better suited to that particular venue. Better yet, Cage in the US Bank lobby.


I liked the basement portion best because it was a clean slate. It was about the mind's ability to transform a space - or maybe it was about the ability architecture (virtual or real) has to transform your experience. It showed audience members that where we thought there were boundaries, there were none. It was quite powerful.

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