Harun Morrison: Score for an Invisible Man 

 

“There is a certain acoustical deadness in my hole, and when I have music I want to feel its vibration, not only with my ear but with my whole body. I'd like to hear five recordings of Louis Armstrong playing and singing What Did I Do to Be so Black and Blue—all at the same time." Ralph Ellison, The Invisible Man, 1952.

 

AEROPONIC ACTS 2020: Bend It ! 

Adam Szymczyk, Flavia Dzodan and Amal Alhaag responded to Harun's question What Did I Do to Be so Black and Blue?