“Music makes a house a home. It brings color to even the most ordinary moments of your day.”
While the venue, Sonos Studio, does have countless intimate musical shows, it is primarily an art space. On Wednesday, November 13th, I attended the opening of an art show there. It was entitled “Play – A Visual Music Experience”, an installation by Sonos and Aramique.
Sonos is about innovation, experiences, and most importantly music. In honor of the launch of the PLAY:1, Sonos introduced Angelenos to “Play – A Visual Music Experience” with Robert Glasper last night at Sonos Studio, the acoustically-designed gallery that explores the intersection of music, art, and technology.
First seen in New York on October 28th, this immersive audio-visual installation, like the new advertising campaign, combines music, color, art, and technology to embody how Sonos fills a home with music. By illuminating the room with a reactive color-scape and great sound, the Sonos listening experience is brought to life. The installation was created by noted Brooklyn technology artist Aramique and Fake Love. It will run at Sonos Studio through January 12th and is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday, 12-6pm.
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