On the final day to view Regina Agu’s panoramic installation in the Great Hall titled "Passage," performance artist Megan Easley will perform "Waterlogue," a water and audio performance in the Great Hall in tribute to the work. The performance will be followed by a Gallery Talk with Regina Agu at 1:30 pm. ABOUT MEGAN EASLEY Native Houstonian, Megan Easely, discovered her eternal love of music and the natural world at a very young age. She has since united both loves into one creative practice. In 2008, Easely began exploring experimental sound using water percussively. Driven by curiosity, Easely continues to expand her repertoire through investigating the possibilities of water sounds. She showcases her discoveries regularly through collaboration with other sound artists/musicians and recently debuting solo arrangements. She aspires to create an experience that speaks to both human and non-human audiences. Easely lives by the belief that “water is life”. Using water as an instrument, she seeks to give water a “voice” and hopes that those who listen will take away a deeper appreciation for our water, and all life forms that surround us.