With Seth Barger (wood, sound), Ben Todd (steel, wood), Diane Bloomer (fabric).

A massive 83' wood & steel horn that filled the gallery space and enabled visitors to give voice to what they thought most important. These contributions were recorded throughout the installation, and the voices cumulatively processed to amplify and vibrate through the horn as a response cacophony that dominates the current American discourse.


“A deeply contemplative work.”
Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe

“A tour de force ... an obvious work
of love and courage.”

M. Dewart

“It is hard to believe that something
like this can be made by hand.”

T. Hale


“Horns are ancient and universal — used by all peoples to call across a valley, announce arrival, or celebrate moments of great cultural importance….”