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Sound In Landscape: Sound in Landscape is an 11-minute interventionist piece examining the dichotomies between the public and private realms serving also as a commentary on the formidable disconnect between the technological and natural landscapes. The intervention occurs in a state park where the artist buries a tape cassette alluding to the death of social and technological movements. The cyclic nature of life and death continues as the artist plants a small bush in the park. The piece concludes with a short eulogy from Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, a subtle allusion to the life cycle and the nature of death and rebirth. Sweet fucking hat.