Apocalyptic Rain Song

Hello Everyone! This is Consuelo Jimenez Underwood. 

Imagine we survived the Apocalypse. It is the first rain since.   

This fall my new wall installation “Apocalyptic Rain Song” at the Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender at Brown University will show you what it might look like. But what would the new Rain sound like?

A thousand voices, each singing their own song, at once.

Do you have a song for the New World?

A song that heals; a song that celebrates hope; a song that inspires new beginnings.

Please contribute your song by calling (401) 863-1166 and leaving a voice mail. 

It will be added to the many songs from Brown University and next fall be mixed with the songs from the West Coast at the San Jose Museum of Quilt and Textiles. We all look forward to hearing our voices.

“Apocalyptic Rain Song” is on exhibition in Exposing Unseen Boundaries: Works by Consuelo Jimenez Underwood | October 7, 2019 – May 23, 2020. The rain song will be updated twice a month as more songs are collected throughout the duration of the exhibition.