Space Slitar Orchestra

Inactive
Spring - Autumn / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays
Photo by Nakamura Osamu

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About the artwork

Three musical instruments are set up in the forest. Visitors can freely make sounds while playing the instruments. “Slitar” is a word made up from “slide guitar” and “sitar.” On some of the slitars, the pitch can be adjusted, making them sound like indian classical instruments. Each of the three instruments has a different resonance and they are placed facing each other so that you can hear the sound of the others. When visitors play the instrument, harmonizing with the surrounding nature — for a fleeting moment, an orchestra is generated in the forest.

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Artwork no. D186
Production year 2009 2012 2015
Opening hours Daytime
Admission - (Depending on the period, Passport for viewing artworks and common tickets may be sold.)
Closed Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays (Outdoor artworks can be viewed even on regular closing day.) / Winter season
Area Matsudai
Village Jyoyama
Official website https://matsudai-nohbutai-fieldmuseum.jp/art/
Open dates Spring - Autumn / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays
Venue Near Matsudai Nohbutai, (3743-1, Matsudai, Tokamachi-city, Niigata)
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