The MP3 Experiment Eight is Pretty Neat [video]

| July 27, 2011 | Reply

Coming from a political background I like reading about sociology and seeing how social experiments work. Being in the creative arts industry now I am a big fan of collective art projects. The MP3 experiment kind of mashes them both together. In this installment, there are two groups of people that meet in two locations and start an mp3 at the same time while following instructions placed int he mp3. While in the video you hear what they hear, imagine seeing 3500 people come together to dance and move to a silent surrounding. With every MP3 experiment the number of participants grows. In this video, it takes place at night and involves flash lights, camera flashes and glow sticks. The video you get at dark from high above is pretty spectacular.

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