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On October 13 and 14, Improv Everywhere is staging Audiogram, a new participatory project with the Guggenheim Museum.

Audiogram, a cousin to our Mp3 Experiment series, is an interactive audio adventure that will both make you laugh and make you rethink the noises that surround you in your daily city life. Groups of up to 200 will all press play together and follow a narrator’s instructions via a custom mp3 file in a unique outdoor Bronx location. Think of it as an absurdly theatrical group hearing test with many surprises along the way. Audiogram is a collaboration between Mp3 Experiment creators Charlie Todd and Tyler Walker.

As Audiogram is part of an official Guggenheim exhibition, it is a ticketed event. You can purchase tickets here. The project is happening ten times over the weekend, so you can choose the time that works best for you. If you like, you can RSVP on Facebook.

Audiogram is the culmination of our work with the Guggenheim’s stillspotting nyc series for which we’ve staged a project in each of New York’s five boroughs. The previous four projects are below: