You may have noticed those boxes along E. 9th St. that play music periodically. They are called ROCK BOX and they are a permanent outdoor art exhibit. They consist of multiple clusters of custom speakers. Each cluster is a different color, height and contains a different number of speakers. They were designed by Cleveland Institute of Art graduate, Mark Reigelman II.
The ROCK BOX extends the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame experience into downtown Cleveland. Like church bells, the boxes play sound riffs from Rock Hall inductees throughout the day at various intervals. How many can find?
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