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Dustin O'Halloran

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A site specific piece of music in collaboration with visual artist Slater Bradley for “Sundoor at World’s End” installation at the Church of Mary Magdalene in Venice, Italy in 2017.

The American Slater Bradley is a cross-disciplinary artist. His works, which move between painting, photography and installation examine the fields of science and faith and connections between the mechanisms of the universe, have already been exhibited at the Guggenheim and Whitney Museum in New York. His works explore collective spiritual experience, sacred sites, and personal history are examined based on topics of transcultural cosmology, philosophy, and mythology.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon (DG) Studio Masters

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