People deducing the figures I draw by only using their audition.
Two children are seated on chairs one in front of the other, there is a table between them with a white paper in the middle. One kid have a black crayon, the other one is blindfolded and have a multicolor crayon box.
After the work is done it´ll be possible to see how tuned the blind listener was, by comparing how the color lines differ from the black ones. The works can be signed by the kid and exhibited.
Experimental Art Studio, Beijing, China
In this version, we performed the exercise within the city of New York in a very noisy steel bridge.
we locate ourselves at the center of the bridge, bellow us there was a two way highway, from our position we could hear the sounds in a vertical manner. (the sound of the cars going up were heard in the left ear and the ones going down in the right ear)
Above us, the intense sound of the metro train passed through us horizontally from side to side, from left to the right ear and the other way round. we were in the center of a sonic cross.
Visual Listening, Antarctica
Stillness and quietness are common features in the continent of Antartica,
Our listener (Gabriel del Favero) can only hear by his right ear, therefore his spatial orientation results to be inexact but not totally incorrect.
Visual Listening 2009, Equatorial Imaginary Line (The Middle of The World), Ecuador.
this version of the experiment was performed In the quiet Amazonic Forest of Ecuador.
it seems that one of the key factors to “match the lines” is concentration,