Solange Unveils New Performance Art Piece Encouraging Meditation

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April appears to be a busy month for the singer-songwriter, Solange Ferguson. When she wasn’t joining her sister on stage for two history-making performances at Coachella, or what is now affectionately known as “#Beychella,” you better believe she was busy brewing some fresh ideas to express her creativity with the masses.

In addition to recording new music, Solange recently partnered with Uniqlo to premiere her latest performance art project, Metatronia (Metaron’s Cube), at UCLA’s Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and it’s safe to say, we’re here for it.

The museum’s website describes her set as “an interdisciplinary performance piece and reflection featuring dance and sculpture.”

Solange released an artist statement explaining her appreciation for metatronia- a form of therapy that focuses on healing through vibrational sound- as a beneficial tool that clams the mind and explores the process and mapping of creation.

“The piece is an exercise of the following intuitive force that guides us, helping us to create space, and silence the mind to create the work,” she said. “Continuing my practices and interest in

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