gourds and Longhorn steer horn transformed into sound trumpets for calling and listening, with galvanized steel trumpets, dimensions variable, 22 sound pieces echoing the history of the past 125 years, speakers and solar panels, sound system designed and fabricated by Lief Ellis and Karen McCoy.   Pictured is the site in Marvin Grove, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
 Signage located at all three sites: 1) Entrance to the Spencer Museum, KU campus, Lawrence, KS 2) Marvin Grove, KU (Basswood tree) 3) Campus Green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas city, MO (Gingko tree)
 Listening trumpets made from gourds modified for listening and colored with earth pigments from KS and MO
 Listening trumpet fabricated from steel, galvanized (fabrication A. Zahner Architectural Metals
 Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
 Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
 Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
 Listener with gourd trumpet, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
 Aerial view of installation components  Installation in Gingko tree campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 Viewer using horn to speak to dog, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 gourds and Longhorn steer horn transformed into sound trumpets for calling and listening, with galvanized steel trumpets, dimensions variable, 22 sound pieces echoing the history of the past 125 years, speakers and solar panels, sound system designed and fabricated by Lief Ellis and Karen McCoy.   Pictured is the site in Marvin Grove, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
gourds and Longhorn steer horn transformed into sound trumpets for calling and listening, with galvanized steel trumpets, dimensions variable, 22 sound pieces echoing the history of the past 125 years, speakers and solar panels, sound system designed and fabricated by Lief Ellis and Karen McCoy. Pictured is the site in Marvin Grove, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
 Signage located at all three sites: 1) Entrance to the Spencer Museum, KU campus, Lawrence, KS 2) Marvin Grove, KU (Basswood tree) 3) Campus Green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas city, MO (Gingko tree)
Signage located at all three sites: 1) Entrance to the Spencer Museum, KU campus, Lawrence, KS2) Marvin Grove, KU (Basswood tree)3) Campus Green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas city, MO (Gingko tree)
 Listening trumpets made from gourds modified for listening and colored with earth pigments from KS and MO
Listening trumpets made from gourds modified for listening and colored with earth pigments from KS and MO
 Listening trumpet fabricated from steel, galvanized (fabrication A. Zahner Architectural Metals
Listening trumpet fabricated from steel, galvanized (fabrication A. Zahner Architectural Metals
 Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
 Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
 Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
Listeners, installation in Basswood tree, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
 Listener with gourd trumpet, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
Listener with gourd trumpet, Marvin Grove, KU campus (behind the Spencer Museum).
 Aerial view of installation components  Installation in Gingko tree campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
Aerial view of installation componentsInstallation in Gingko tree campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
Listeners and guests at opening, Installation in Gingko tree, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
 Viewer using horn to speak to dog, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
Viewer using horn to speak to dog, campus green, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
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