The Cont. Score Project  is an assemblage of hastily written scores, and collected sound objects - mainly those of the sound contributions from the public. Repositioning the sacred status of the music score, and following the practice of fluxus bricolage, which emphasises the “not-well-made” or “almost-made,” these handwritten  scores (installed in various Sydney suburbs) offer instructions to perform everyday sonic activities (singing, laughing, beatboxing) which, in turn, coax serendipitous contributions from the public through a website accessed via smart phones. Exhibition photographic documentation by Tina Stefanou.

©MMXXII James Hazel
All scores, texts, works available via request