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Houston Museum to Feature Jazz Art in Spring Exhibition

The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (pictured) will unveil its spring exhibition Black Light/White Noise: Sound and Light in Contemporary Art on May 26. The showcase features the work of 16 black artists experimenting with sound and light, with a number of the pieces borrowing elements from jazz, soul, hip-hop and other musical genres.

Artist Jennie C. Jones often channels her art through jazz. In What a Little Moonlight she edits Billie Holiday’s vocals on “What a Little Moonlight Can Do” into a howling sound in a reflection on primal nature.

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