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A rendering of “Volume (BAM),” an LED light installation by Leo Villareal for the Brooklyn Academy of Music © Leo Villareal, courtesy Brooklyn Academy of Music / The New York Times

Artist Projects

BAM Commissions New Site-Specific Installations by Leo Villareal

Featured in The New York Times

The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) has commissioned two new site-specific installations by Leo Villareal as part of the BAM Robert W. Wilson Public Art Initiative.

The new works will adorn buildings near the BAM's Peter Jay Sharp Building, where Villareal's LED installation Stars has been displayed since 2007. Around the corner, Light Matrix will fill the third-story windows of BAM Fisher, the organization’s performance and community space. And Volume (BAM), a mirrored LED sculpture, will hang at BAM Karen, a new cultural space that is planned for a 32-story tower across the street.

Read more about the project in The New York Times.

Artist Projects — BAM Commissions New Site-Specific Installations by Leo Villareal, Aug 7, 2019