Video: On Wednesday May 17, members of a Brooklyn-based artist collective, Found Sound Nation, began constructing a multi-person instrument housed in a geometric dome, called The Ouroborium, in CCB Plaza for the opening day of Moogfest on Thursday May 18. The installation allows participants to create music together in a collaborative, analog fashion as a protest against the modern way of creating music – which increasingly occurs in isolation and behind screens. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
Video: On Wednesday May 17, members of a Brooklyn-based artist collective, Found Sound Nation, began constructing a multi-person instrument housed in a geometric dome, called The Ouroborium, in CCB Plaza for the opening day of Moogfest on Thursday May 18. The installation allows participants to create music together in a collaborative, analog fashion as a protest against the modern way of creating music – which increasingly occurs in isolation and behind screens. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

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