Mass Sound Immersion

The Mass Blindfolded Sound Immersion offers audiences an intensely personal auditory and sensory experience within a collective space. The fragile sounds of everyday objects (such as cardboard cylinders, alfoil, rice, whirled flutes made from film canisters) are played in extreme proximity to the heads and ears of the audience so that these ordinary sounds take on a powerful presence, teasing and massaging the ears of the listeners, whose temporal, spatial and sensory awareness is challenged and disrupted in an intensely intimate sonic experience.
Created with the Support of the Australia Council for the Arts.