In Eric Griswold's Spill, a "pendulum" filled with rice is uncorked and swung back and forth. Underneath the spilling rice, performers add percussion instruments made from various materials (woods, metals, skins) one by one, slowly altering the resulting timbre, rhythm, and volume of the soundscape. In this interactive public installation of the piece, This work continues to be a centerpiece of beyond this point's nature | human project, which invites audiences to connect artistically and spiritually to the natural world through sound and performance. This free, interactive, public performance of nature | human: Spill is made possible by Elevated Chicago, a Chicago initiative focused on equitable transit oriented development (eTOD). The Logan Square Blue Line station is one of six transit areas served by the Elevated Chicago initiative. Learn more about Elevated Chicago at www.elevatedchicago.org.