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Piccolo Duo di Corde is a pair of large scale interactive sculptures: Primo Violino (a.k.a. Piccolo Violino) and Secondo Violino. The instruments stand 11 feet long and 4 feet wide.

Each instrument will be lit around its contours to preserve the visual impact of a smaller object turned larger than life. Audiences turned participants will also be able to experience their dynamic strings; clear plastic encased LED lights synced with interactive laser harps. Interrupting the laser beams will trigger music to be played on internal speakers and the notes will be reflected by light patterns.

by Seth Byrnes

in collaboration with Alberta Art Works

Mural Art Work by Kango and McTools.

sponsored in part by grants from the Ignition Northwest and the Oregon Country Fair.


photo by Kristina Kashtanova


Exhibited August 3-4, 2018 at Pickathon 25th Anniversary.

Exhibited August 26- September 2, 2018 at Burning Man.

Exhibited September 16-22, 2018 at the Providence Child Center.

Scheduled for Exhibition February 7-9, 2019 at the Portland Winter Light Festival.