Playing tracks by
Euphoric Bells, Perpetuum Mobile, Spinette, Amatores (Lovers), Eon and more.
This show was 2nd in the global classical chart, 10th in the global electronic chart and 15th in the global world chart.
Curators of the exhibition To Rome and Back: Individualism and Authority in Art, 1500–1800 collaborated with Mark McNeill, aka Frosty, from the L.A. music collective @dublab to create a playlist that would capture the mood of the exhibition. The collaboration resulted in an audio experience that facilitates looking, wondering, and imagining what Rome was like in times past. Visitors were invited to walk through the galleries listening to the playlist and are hopefully reminded that Rome has many layers —ancient, renaissance, baroque, modern—and that to walk through Rome (and the exhibition) is to meditate on the various ways in which these layers surface and recede.