Powered by solar energy, the Bellflower is a kinetic musical sculpture installed in NYU’s Carlyle Court in the summer of 2013. The sculpture opens and closes autonomously throughout the day, and while it’s open plays aleatory music on a set of five orchestral brass chimes. The musicality of the sculpture changes based on time, light, and weather, shifting melody, harmony, and pacing in response to the local microclimate. The fabrication was funded by NYU's Green Grant program, and was the first artistic project to be funded by the program. This project was a collaboration with Dylan Butman, with help from Christy Spackman and Gabriella Levine. Special thanks to Dave Seaward and the NYU Green Grant program for their generous support and funding.