Eric Hall does not play songs. It's hard to describe the meaningful element of his improvised electronic performance without falling into hopeless abstraction: He fills the room, sends his audience within themselves and documents a time and place. Each show is recorded and mastered, and Hall has bee ... More >>
Photo by Jamie LeesEric Hall's creative takeover of the Laumeier Sculpture Park hit an early high point this weekend with his performance in the Park's Cromlech Glen. It's a spot he says has inspired him as an artist for years, and his half-hour set on Saturday was nothing if not respectful ... More >>
Mabel SuenEric Hall performs at KDHX for experimental show Wrong Division (Hosted by the author and photographer)As a teenager, Eric Hall would sneak into Laumeier Sculpture Park before dawn to capture the disparate sound of insects and animals as they woke with the rising sun. On November 12t ... More >>
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The earthwork "Cromlech Glen" and Laumeier Sculpture Park receive needed restoration
Beej Nierengarten-Smith packs up her Laumeier Sculpture Park office and goes home
Beej Nierengarten-Smith retires from her position as director of Laumeier Sculpture Park next spring. Her legacy remains in dispute.
Laumeier Sculpture Park renders one artwork a "house of memories" in more than just name
Beej Nierengarten-Smith runs Laumeier Sculpture Park like her personal fiefdom. Despite the damage she's done, powerful allies keep her in charge.
A new appointment at Laumeier Sculpture Park leaves officials scrambling to define the position -- and brings its director, Beej Nierengarten-Smith, to tears
After blowing the whistle on plans to destroy the earthworks "Cromlech Glen," Laumeier Sculpture Park curator Katherine Adamchick finds herself on a different track at the Museum of Transportation
Laumeier Sculpture Park director Beej Nierengarten-Smith broke all the rules and ordered the removal of Beverly Pepper's "Cromlech Glen." Then the artist heard about it.