Zefrey Throwell is a serial troublemaker. From crashing museums to stripping down in the middle of Wall Street, disruptive behavior is at the heart of Throwell's art.
His ongoing project, Entropy Symphony, is a globe-trotting composition built on large-scale social unrest. The third movement makes use of the most prominent instrument on the gridlocked streets of Los Angeles: the car horn.
Throwell composed a symphony in five parts for 1,000 car horns and passed them out to motorist musicians across the city to play in traffic, in parking lots and from the mountaintops.
Music by Alastair Cameron