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Formal Inquiry is what happened when one composer, three poets, and three visual artists worked within and against centuries old structures. Visual art that translated music to color. Sonnets from the last seven hundred years collaged in sonata form. The world premier of new chamber music. For Formal Inquiry artists collaborated to create sonatas in three different mediums: a chamber work for piano, violin and cello; sonnet sequences; and three series of visual pieces.