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Below is the link to download a version of Spatial Garden, which is optimized for Android devices with lower RAM/CPU power, directly from us. Directions are provided below if you are having any trouble!

Download here.

Android Instructions

We will update this page as soon as the app hits the Play Store.

The App

Welcome to Spatial Garden, an on-location musical and photographical journey through the history of DC's Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden in advance of its biggest renovation in 30 years, out June 26 on iOS and Android.

Spatial Garden explores five time periods of historic significance for the garden, using historical imagery, blueprints, text and sounds applicable to each time period--all scored with spatial music by Washington, D.C. duo TCW.


By default, the scenes will change every 100 seconds automatically. Hit the "PAUSE" button to stay in any specific year, or hit the Scene Select button (the three horizontal lines in the circle) to jump to any year you would like to at any time.

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Spatial music is an emerging way to compose music, using not just time but the physical space around you as a compositional framework. Walk through chords, find different harmonies, or just sit and wait for sounds to change around you. You can learn more about spatial composition, find free how-to guides, and find more GPS-based and AR-based works on the TCW website.

Headphones provide the proper experience.

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Sonic MC Brien; Vector Manne-Marie