This New York City museum is opening an exhibit dedicated to 'Om'

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“Ohhhmmmmm.” 

The Sanskrit syllable recited by Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs and followers of Jainism around the world will be at the center of an immersive sensory experience at a museum in New York City in February.

The Rubin Museum of Art will transform its sixth floor into a participatory exhibit called the “Om Lab.” Visitors will be able to record their own chant of the sacred syllable inside recording booths, with these sounds later layered, remixed and compiled into a single chant that will be played during the museum’s “The World Is Sound” exhibit in June, according to a statement from the museum. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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