Still Life No. 3 retells the Diné Bahaneʼ, the Navajo story of creation and emergence into the current world. The piece is comprised of sound, speakers, text. At the Heard Museum, Phoenix, sound artist Raven Chacon (Diné) subverts the notion of the still life, immersing visitors in a layered. Still Life #3, detail of sound installation at the National Museum of the American Indian · Postcommodity (Raven Chacon, Cristóbal Martínez, and Kade L. Twist). Raven Chacon's Still Life No. 3, on view at Heard Museum through November 3, retells the Navajo creation story, Diné Bahane', in the form of. Sound installation, speakers, text, timed lights. This work retells the Diné Bahaneʼ, the Navajo story of creation and emergence into the. Still Life No.4 is a recording of old Pueblo drum stewarded in the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center collection. Title: Still Life No. 3. Creator: Raven Chacon Year: Link. Posted in multisensorial non-linear storytelling. Installation view of Still Life No. 3 by Raven Chacon. National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution. Raven Chacon, Still Life, #3, (detail). Sound and light installation with text. Voice and translation by Melvatha Chee. The Diné artist reinvented Navajo oral storytelling with digital tools and contemporary art in "Still Life No. 3" at the Heard Museum.


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