With a prepared palette of predetermined wind instruments, personnel, lighting cues, and one sound file on an iPhone, Simon Rose and Andrew Wass explore the liminal space between improvisation and spontaneous composition.
Another thrust of their investigation is the difference between the white box and the black box. How much of the work is create by the artist for the viewer? Or is the work created primarily by the viewer? Should performance be viewed differently that static visual arts because involves live bodies are involved.
part of the 60 Minutes series curated by Jagna Anderson
filmed by Jenny Haack