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Published on May 2, 2011
http://www.vernissage.tv | For The Garden of Forking Paths, an outdoor sculpture project of the Migros Museum, Argentinian artist Pablo Bronstein built the world's smallest opera house on a hill near a farm near Zurich, Switzerland. Only 5 persons a time could listen to an aria from an opera by Alessandro Scarlatti. More info: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2011/05/05/...
The Garden of Forking Paths is a guest on the Froh Ussicht estate, owned by the Blum family in Samstagern (Zürich). Under the name Froh Ussicht, Martin Blum presents since 2008 art projects on his farmland. More about the sculpture exhibition and an interview with the curator of the project and director of the Migros Museum, Heike Munder, is coming soon. More information about Pablo Bronstein's work after the jump.
Pablo Bronstein's "Performance of a Single Aria by Alessandro Scarlatti" takes place at the following dates: June 11 and 12, July 10, August 14, September 4, and October 2 and 30, 2011.