Execute a group reading of John Cage's "Lecture on Nothing" remotely digitally controlled.
Fifteen students gather in the Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art's Eileen Neff exhibition space with headphones hooked up to an audio stream playing Frances Marie-Uitti's recording of "Lecture on Nothing" and a copy of the lecture. Readers begin and individual streams are cut off by the host one at a time. Readers are then forced to follow along with their neighbor. Christian Marclay's "Ensemble" exhibit can be heard in the background of the recording.
Stream of "Lecture on Nothing" recording
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