Home to 13XXXHZ, a sound project by Jon Brumit. 13XXXHZ is Jon Brumit's recording project, housed inside the collaborative site-specific house painting by RETNA and Richard Colman. Brumit will respond to these paintings and characters as compositional structures and graphic scores. The project will produce a solo record (likely to feature duos and collaborations), portions of which become a permanent sound installation in the house featuring both very low & high frequencies (thus the title).
On release of the 13XXXHZ record and public launch of the sound installation, the project evolves into ||:soundhouse:|| a public recording studio hosting a monthly performance series, culminating in the release of a double album set.
This project is made possible by the generous support of Team Detroit, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts, and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.