Sound and space in the Rothko Chapel, March 23, 2005.

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Sound and space in the Rothko Chapel, March 23, 2005.

"Sound and Space in the Rothko Chapel," a lecture and performance held at the Getty Center on March 23, 2005 explored the relationship between Mark Rothko, other Abstract Expressionist painters and composer Morton Feldman. A lecture by Thomas Crow preceded the musical performance of selected Feldman compositions by the Nimbus Ensemble.

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