Rolling Hills

Friday night at BAM (Berkeley Art Museum) with various Japanese musicians (and one Caucasian drummer) playing traditional-modern fusion music using the koto.  The music reminded me of the film, Untitled — what is music if not arranged noise, what is art if not an expression.  After the performance, a man asked his colleague, “Was that strange enough for you?”  and that pretty much summed up my thoughts — strange, but imaginative.

After touring the galleries (focusing on the Japanese art exhibit, “Flowers of the Four Seasons”), we ran around orange hills/waves (created by Thom Faulders) and sang like Freulein Maria with our arms outstretched.  Friday.

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