Adamsville Music Pavilion

Bill, Mary Buchen
Adamsville Recreation Center

Bill and Mary Buchen, 2003
Sculpture
Steel, bronze, aluminum, concrete
City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs

Sheltered under a dome structure are nine stainless steel seats of various shapes and sizes. The seats are positioned around three metal conga drums. The artists, Bill and Mary Buchen, used steel, bronze, aluminum and concrete to make this sonic playscape. They have made a career out of building playgrounds that feature drums and other music-making elements. Their pieces serve as interactive installations that play on environmental phenomena and human activity.
Address
3201 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SW
ATLANTA, GA 30311
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Steel, bronze, aluminum, concrete
City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs

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