A one-to-one performance using binaural microphones: the audience member was asked to shuffle the tarot cards and then the order in which they were dealt determined the musical score. Each card was assigned to a relevant sound, the majority of which could only be heard up close. The tuning forks for example sound great when placed next to the ear, but are inaudible from a few metres away. I wanted to play with this intimate listening, and share the experience with one person at a time.
This performance took place in a one person air raid shelter at the Cambridge Museum of Technology.
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