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Current Exhibitions

Sonic Playground: Yuri Suzuki

On view through October 7, 2018

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Kids play around colorful sculptures by Yuri Suzuki that modify and transmit sound on the High's piazza.

Children interacting with Sonic Playground sound sculptures. © Yuri Suzuki

Presented on the High’s outdoor Sifly Piazza, this installation by internationally renowned designer Yuri Suzuki features ingenious, colorful sculptures that modify and transmit sound in unusual, engaging and playful ways.

Sonic Playground continues the High’s multiyear initiative to animate its outdoor space with commissions that engage visitors in participatory art experiences. It is the High’s first venture into exploring the notion of audible play—how the sounds all around us can be constructed, altered and experienced. The installation transforms the piazza into a welcoming atmosphere for socializing and recreation and serves as a stage for performances and art-making activities the High is co-organizing with local arts organizations.

Organization and Support

Sonic Playground: Yuri Suzuki is organized by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.

Support for the High Museum’s presentation is provided by the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation.

This exhibition is made possible by

Premier Exhibition Series Partner

Exhibition Series Sponsors

Ambassador Exhibition Series Supporters
Tom and Susan Wardell

Contributing Exhibition Series Supporters
The Ron and Lisa Brill Family Charitable Trust
Marcia and John Donnell
Robin and Hilton Howell
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Jones

Generous support is also provided by
Alfred and Adele Davis Exhibition Endowment Fund, Anne Cox Chambers Exhibition Fund, Barbara Stewart Exhibition Fund, Marjorie and Carter Crittenden, Dorothy Smith Hopkins Exhibition Endowment Fund, Eleanor McDonald Storza Exhibition Endowment Fund, Forward Arts Foundation Exhibition Endowment Fund, Helen S. Lanier Endowment Fund, Howell Exhibition Fund, Isobel Anne Fraser–Nancy Fraser Parker Exhibition Endowment Fund, John H. and Wilhelmina D. Harland Exhibition Endowment Fund, and Massey Charitable Trust