Max Neuhaus (August 9, 1939–February 3, 2009) was born in Beaumont, Texas, and was a renowned percussionist and interpreter of contemporary music in the 1960s who moved on to pioneer artistic activities with sound. He has created numerous sound works (including sound installations) that have extended sound as a primary medium into the domain of contemporary art.
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