A multichannel sound system installation made of metal panels and plastic buckets. It is an arena of multi purpose collaborations such as a video karaoke programme about the life and music of street buskers and interactive dance machine that can sample movement into a 360° sound experience.
Commission by the Biennale of Sydney , Supported by Rijksakademie Van Beeldende Kunsten and Le Monta Mepple, The Fluxum Foundation.
Exhibited at: Biennale of Sydney (Curator Jonathan Watkins), Tate Britain (Curator Catherine Wood), London, Centre d'Art Contemporain (Curator Katya Garcia-Anton), Geneva, Stray Cats atTeddy Football Stadium (Curator Sarit Shapira), Jerusalem, The Israeli Museum (Curator Sarit Shapira), Jerusalem,
Project (Curator Grant Watson ), Dublin, W< Fashion House (Curator Narcisse Tordoir) , Antwerp, Delfina, London.
Related Texts: Sarit Shapira, Guy Bar-Amotz, Biennale of Sydney, The Dance Machine Program CAC and Tate Britain, Program, Project, Andy Weir on Guy Bar-Amotz Contemporary issue 91, Review, Judith Mackrell The Guardian, Guy Bar-Amotz by Martin Herbert, ART Forum.