Solange has spent the majority of the year touring in support of last year's fantastic album A Seat at the Table, but the artist has just announced an upcoming performance that will be something quite unlike anything she's attempted before. She'll be heading to rural Texas for a high-concept piece of performance art titled "Scales," taking place under the open sky.

Solange will be descending upon the town of Marfa (very recently featured in visuals from The xx by coincidence) to head to the Chinati Foundation, a museum of art founded by legendary minimalist sculptor Donald Judd. Aside from her indication that she'll perform in the midst of one of the museum's installations, few other details are known as of press time. Solange wrote in a statement that "Judd's profound work has had tremendous impact on the way in which I see the world."

See where Solange's A Seat at the Table ranked in our list of the best albums of 2016 here.

In other music news, Chance the Rapper has reunited with The Social Experiment and his brother Taylor Bennett for new song "Gimmie a Call." Listen right here.

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