Insects are creepy, yes, but they also make beautiful music. That's the
theory, anyway, of Insect Ensemble, the Hammer Museum's latest Public
Engagement program, a series of imaginative interactions between museum
visitors, artists and staff. Sound curator Jessica Catron brings the noise
to the Hammer's terraces, where she and Corey Fogel, Jessica Basta, Paloma
Udovic and Leticia Castaneda use hand percussion and mouth sounds to imitate
the ambience of bugs. Can't be any worse than Bjork.

Fri., June 17, 6 p.m., 2011

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