Landscape Seen & Imagined, MASS MoCA’s major survey of the work of Clifford Ross, is now on full view following the installment of Ross’s Harmonium Mountain in the museum’s Courtyard D. The exhibition, which is presented across six galleries in two buildings and this two-story exterior installment, is now complete as the museum’s space is transformed by twelve massive screens, each 24′ high, displaying Ross’s animated video work Harmonium Mountain as an immersive installation. Visitors have the opportunity to experience the scale and magnitude of Clifford Ross’s work, a celebration of light, color, movement and sound, as Harmonium Mountain is accompanied by musical performances throughout the summer, that began with the Solid Sound Festival on June 26 – 28, 2015. Landscape Seen & Imagined features video and photographic work drawn from

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