Pandit Pran Nath La Monte Young Marian Zazeela Jung Hee Choi Charles Curtis Terry Jennings Angus Maclise Richard Maxfield Just Alap Raga Ensemble The Theater of Eternal Music Kirana Center Teaching Program

Marian Zazeela


    MELA Foundation, New York, NY, 1992-93. Imagic Light, light environment for Dream House: Seven Years of Sound and Light, seven-year installation, 275 Church Street, 3rd Floor, New York City.

    Marcel Fleiss, Paris, France, 1989. Sound / With / In, 1989, light sculpture (with sound by La Monte Young).

    Heiner Friedrich, New York, NY, 1989. Dream House Variation I, neon sculpture.

    Heiner Friedrich, New York, NY, 1988. Time Light Symmetry, 1989-90, light environment for Dream House, Dia Art Foundation, 22nd Street Exhibition Space.

    Heiner Friedrich, New York, NY, 1986-87. Installation of The Magenta Lights for "La Monte Young 30-Year Retrospective" presented by MELA Foundation at Dia Art Foundation, 155 Mercer Street, New York City, March - May 1987.

    Dia Art Foundation, New York, NY, 1975-1985. A ten year commission for the research, design and construction of the first permanent Dream House, a center for the study and presentation of my work and the work of La Monte Young and Pandit Pran Nath. To serve the purposes of the commission, in 1979 the Foundation acquired the former New York Mercantile Exchange building at 6 Harrison Street in lower Manhattan. The activities of the Dream House were open to the public and included multiple inter-related sound and light environments, exhibitions, performances, research and listening facilities, archives, studio recording, publishing, and the administration of the artists' collected works. Under the commission I created the largest, most fully evolved environmental installation of my major work, Light, as well as several smaller installations. Due to extreme financial reverses Dia Art Foundation sold the building and terminated the commission in 1985.

    Betty Freeman, Los Angeles, California, 1967. Music and Light Box (in collaboration with La Monte Young). Sound and light sculpture constructed of electronic circuitry, ultraviolet light, litho film, painted acetate, plexiglas, on wooden base, 18"x16"x16".

    Larry Poons, New York, NY, 1966. Light Sculpture. Painted aluminum mobile, dichroic lights; site-specific installation in stairwell.