Auditus Natura Terminale at the PHS Pop Up Garden

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1/6: Abby Sohn’s Auditus Natura Terminale. Photo by Rob Cardillo, courtesy of Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
2/6: Abby Sohn’s Auditus Natura Terminale. Photo by Rob Cardillo, courtesy of Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
3/6: Abby Sohn’s Auditus Natura Terminale. Photo by Rob Cardillo, courtesy of Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
4/6: Abby Sohn’s Auditus Natura Terminale. Photo by Rob Cardillo, courtesy of Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
5/6: Abby Sohn’s Auditus Natura Terminale. Photo by Rob Cardillo, courtesy of Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
6/6: Abby Sohn’s Auditus Natura Terminale. Photo by Rob Cardillo, courtesy of Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.

Commissioned by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) as part of the ongoing project Pop Up Garden: An Exploration of the Philadelphia Rail Park, Auditus Natura Terminale is a new ephemeral sound work by research-based artist Abby Sohn. The site-specific work, experienced through headphones, responds to the history of the 3-mile Philadelphia Rail Park, previously the Reading Railway, and its associated architecture.

Please see the schedule for Auditus Natura Terminale below.
July 16, 12-2 p.m.
July 30, 12-2 p.m.
August 5, 4-6 p.m.
August 6, 12-2 p.m.
August 13, 12-2 p.m.
September 2, 4-6 p.m.

The PHS Pop Up Garden is a series of imaginative public installations and creative community interventions by local artists and historians that introduce audiences to the rich architectural heritage of the three-mile Philadelphia Rail Park.


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