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Video: Musician Uses LACMA as One Big Percussion Instrument

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via Curbed LA

The always innovative LACMA understands that everyday objects are so much more than that. In celebration of that notion and, well, the soon-to-open Resnick Pavilion, the museum invited percussionist and internet musical filmmaker Ben Meyers to check the new grounds out and make some of music of it with yarn mallets and drumsticks. Here's his creation.