Lake Highlands-based band Acey’s Ghost is featured in a current exhibit at the Nasher Sculpture Center, and the group of 2008 LHHS grads is enjoying the city-wide exposure and new audiences.

Aaron “AJ” Rose, a senior music performance major and business minor at SMU, has been serving as an intern at the Nasher all summer. He came up with the idea of using Martin Creed’s “Work No. 1091” to showcase his band’s music. In this Youtube video, Acey’s Ghost transforms Creed’s musical stairs into a beautiful “Sweet Child Of Mine,” originally recorded by Guns n Roses.

LH grads Josh Boykin and John Housewright are AJ’s bandmates, and Berkner graduate Greg Muzljakovich rounds out the group.

If you’d like to try your hand at Creed’s musical stairs (or rather try your feet), or if you’d like to experience any of the Turner Prize-winning artist’s unique work (don’t miss the room filled with 9,000 gold balloons), visit the Nasher Sculpture Center before his exhibition ends August 21st.