Olivier Pasquet is a world-renowed music producer, sound and visual artist. Pasquet is using his CAI residency to create a sound and light sculpture for the Eleanor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion of Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House Complex. Pasquet is working with UB Architecture students to create a piece combining laser light, reflective surfaces, the transparency of the Greatbatch Pavilion itself, and his favorite musical instrument, his computer. Pasquet's work will utilize the openness of the Greatbatch Pavilion to create a piece that can be experienced both from within and from outside the building, very much in keeping with Wright's intention to break down the distinction between inside and outside in his design of the Martin House. In this way, Pasquet's work will enhance visitors' experience of both structures.His bespoke installation will be open to the public Feb. 12-17, 2018 from 5:30-8:30 pm nightly.
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