Posted by: groundsforsculpture | July 21, 2010

Robert Cooke and Daniel Goode’s “Seat of Sound”

Seat of Sound is a collaboration between Daniel Goode, a musician and composer, and Robert Cooke, a sculptor specializing in cast metal.  It was designed in 2000 in an “open arm style” (like the letter V) to subliminally invite the visitor to “come on in” and play. It’s made of  locust wood, aluminum, brass, iron.

Entry is from Docent Notes. Edited by M. Israel and contributed to by GFS docent volunteers.

Go to “Meet the Sculptors” on this blog for a video by the artists.

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