LaMar Barber

Sound Poles: Heavier than Water series conceptually communicates eviction by paralleling death and delinquency. Constructed from old telephone poles and found objects Sound Poles acts as beacons of communication. Continuing in the narrative of compositional art, practiced by Tyree Guyton, Sound Poles enriches the public space aesthetically and culturally while telling the story of the community. They are site-specific totems created in numerals of three, sporadically placed to magnify the trail's experience.

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posted in Uncategorized // 08/24/12

Sound Poles: Heavier than Water series conceptually communicates eviction by paralleling death and delinquency. Constructed from old telephone poles and found objects Sound Poles acts as beacons of communication. Continuing in the narrative of compositional art, practiced by Tyree Guyton, Sound Poles enriches the public space aesthetically and culturally while telling the story of the community. They are site-specific totems created in numerals of three, sporadically placed to magnify the trail’s experience.

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