It's a one man installation show in which a musician is working in an improvised studio area, surrounded by
audience. Every 25 minutes (for a total of seven consecutive hours) he must create a piece of music, record it on
analog tape, burn it on a single CD and then
give this solely existing copy of his creation to a random member of
the audience, only to begin recording his next piece on the same tape, overwriting his previous piece.
The installation is operated by Noam Rotem, a critically acclaimed musician, and Daniel Meir, a musician and
sound designer for films and video.
Currently the installation is designed to run for two days, so that everyday a different musician performs for the total
of seven hours.
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