I Think to Live May Be a Bliss

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18 _HarmsJeff I Think to Live May Be a Bliss (After Emily Dickenson) Frye Art Museum 8.5’x4”x11’

The Frye Art Museum’s exhibit Celebrating American Poetry. This wall of string hung from the ceiling and was also bolted to the floor. The yarn was pulled between two long pieces of shaped oak. Aluminum letters hung in the space between. Museum goers could move the string and the letters would chime. They read “I Think to Live May Be a Bliss” from the poem of the same name by Emily Dickinson.

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