Kitundu: Visiting Artist Colloquium

Walter Kitundu creates kinetic sculptures and sonic installations, develops public works, builds (and performs on) extraordinary musical instruments, while studying and documenting the natural world. He is the inventor of a family of Phonoharps, multi-stringed instruments made from record players that rely on the turntable’s sensitivity to vibration. Kitundu has created hand-built record players driven by the wind and rain, fire and earthquakes, birds, light, and the force of ocean waves. 

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This event is part of a series sponsored by  Black Artists + Data Futures with support of Borghesi-Mellon Workshops and made possible by the Center for the Humanities. Assistant Professor Reginold Royston is a coordinator.