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(l-r) Artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller with there installation at the Menil Collection's Byzantine Fresco Chapel Tuesday January 27, 2015. George Bures Miller and Janet Cardiff are known for their immersive, environmentally scaled works that combine sound with a variety of mediums. In this installation - the first in a series of site-specific projects at the Byzantine Fresco Chapel - the artists bring together an assortment of objects and sonic elements in a sound collage that references the "music of the spheres," Pythagoras's theory that celestial bodies move with their own harmonies. (Billy Smith II / Houston Chronicle)

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(l-r) Artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller with there installation at the Menil Collection's  Byzantine Fresco Chapel Tuesday January 27, 2015. George Bures Miller and Janet Cardiff  are known for their immersive, environmentally scaled works that combine sound with a variety of mediums. In this installation - the first in a series of site-specific projects at the Byzantine Fresco Chapel - the artists bring together an assortment of objects and sonic elements in a sound collage that references the "music of the spheres," Pythagoras's theory that celestial bodies move with their own harmonies. (Billy Smith II / Houston Chronicle)