Solange is bringing a new art installation project to Texas. The R&B starlet will create a new site-specific performance art piece called “Scales,” reports Pitchfork.

The Oct. 8 event will feature artist Donald Judd’s installation “15 Untitled Works in Concrete” at the Chianti Foundation in Marfa, Texas. She describes the work at such:

Donald Judd's '15 untitled works in concrete' has had such profound influence on the way I view the world, and I am beyond honored to deliver a site specific version of my performance piece, 'Scales' (2017) alongside these phenomenal installations during @chinatifoundation weekend. Texas peeps, pull up!"

Back in May, the Grammy-winning chanteuse delivered her “Solange: An Ode To” at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Solange delivered a powerful performance that tore down walls and put Black power on display as she reinterpreted songs from 2016’s A Seat at the Table.

“Being a black woman of color, I’m not settling for just being here, but tearing the f---ing walls down,” she told attendees at her artful “An Ode To" performance.

Solange is also set to speak at Pitchfork’s “In Sight Out” series on Sept. 13 at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Fore more information and tickets, head over to Pitchfork.