Lets Wear Buckets On Our Heads
People walk through a space blindly with buckets covering their heads. The buckets collide with everyday found objects hanging from the ceiling of the space the participant is exploring. The buckets serve as helmets for participants to safely and freely explore the space without sight. This work is a collective, participatory sound experience for the participant, who is wearing a bucket on his/her head and the audience viewing in the space. The bucket-wearing participants also serve as performers within this collective yet random sound performance created from the collision between the bucket and the objects.