Sunday, June 3, 2012

DOES MUSIC HAVE A COLOR?

Can the music you listen to be considered "white music" or "black music"?

Brooklynite Projects in association with Pharrell Williams pose this question to people on the streets of NYC for the first episode of "STEREOTYPES".

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Ever wonder what people are listening to on their headphones? Created and directed by artist/filmmaker RAE, "Stereotypes" tests assumptions about musical tastes based on physical appearance. With man on the street interviews in NYC by host Ryan Hall, the show hits various neighborhoods to discover how bias plays into preconceived notions of fellow New Yorkers.

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