“The score as a community” is a workshop in graphic and/or text scores designed to produce site-specific, group-specific, and time-specific performance(s). The idea of the workshop comes from an instruction found in a graphic score by Morgan Evans-Weiler: “Consider the scores as communities where sympathetic and empathetic connections are made, developed and maintained.” The goal is to produce an architecture for a temporary micro-community.
The workshop has been given once, at Aeromoto in Mexico City. In the workshop, participants discussed personal limits, how to best engage with the space (a library), how to respect each other’s limits, and developed individual scores. These scores were then combined into a single performance.
To investigate “The score as a community,” please contact Jacob Wick.