(Photo by © Roman März; courtesy the artists, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Luhring Augustine, New York)
"Even more personal, perhaps — and an indirect descendant of The Dark Pool — is The Murder of Crows, a 98-speaker installation that Cardiff and Miller are bringing to Manhattan’s Park Avenue Armory on Aug. 3 for a monthlong run,” wrote The New York Times' John Wray on Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller's sound installation The Murder of Crows. “The piece, their largest, was developed during one of the strangest and most fraught periods of their lives: the six months they spent in Katmandu, Nepal, trying to adopt their infant daughter, Aradhana, now a precocious 5-year-old. ‘That was a hard time for us,’ Miller told me, ‘and I think the art shows it.’”
The U.S. premiere of The Murder of Crows comes to the Park Avenue Armory in association with this year’s Mostly Mozart Festival on August 3 through September 9.
 

(Photo by © Roman März; courtesy the artists, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Luhring Augustine, New York)

"Even more personal, perhaps — and an indirect descendant of The Dark Pool — is The Murder of Crows, a 98-speaker installation that Cardiff and Miller are bringing to Manhattan’s Park Avenue Armory on Aug. 3 for a monthlong run,” wrote The New York Times' John Wray on Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller's sound installation The Murder of Crows. “The piece, their largest, was developed during one of the strangest and most fraught periods of their lives: the six months they spent in Katmandu, Nepal, trying to adopt their infant daughter, Aradhana, now a precocious 5-year-old. ‘That was a hard time for us,’ Miller told me, ‘and I think the art shows it.’”

The U.S. premiere of The Murder of Crows comes to the Park Avenue Armory in association with this year’s Mostly Mozart Festival on August 3 through September 9.