Music for fireworks, 2012
A sonic intervention at Imperial War Museum by Hannibal Andersen, Anna Raimondo and Artur Vidal.
Add a cassette loop coming from a small radio and situate it in between two large cannon sculptures, that belong to the local architecture: this is the premise of Music for Fireworks. Surplus sound in a given context. A simple gesture, a memory trace, but not as something that matters, as Kaprow mentions. A temporary space, which brings out the listening as an aesthetic and political practice.