augmented lithophone - 2006 - available
17 granite posts standing 6ft tall, in a 25ft arc;
sound processors, stainless steel drumsticks photos by ross sheasley

this piece is a collaborative effort between sculptor jonathan shor, professor perry cook of princeton university and landscape architecture firm groundswell design group. the lithophone is a percussion sculpture that encourages the viewer to play the artwork.

the augmented lithophone was part of the award-winning quark park, a temporary sculpture park in downtown princeton.

interview with jonathan shor at wild river review