The Journey, created by magician and illusionist Scott Silven, takes his socially distanced audience on a real trip. Photo: David Wilkinson, Empirical Photography The Journey, created by magician and illusionist Scott Silven, takes his socially distanced audience on a real trip. Photo: David Wilkinson, Empirical Photography
The Journey, created by magician and illusionist Scott Silven, takes his socially distanced audience on a real trip. Photo: David Wilkinson, Empirical Photography

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Magician Scott Silven’s The Journey is a trippy experience that draws in his socially distanced audience – perfect for the coronavirus era

  • From a room in Scotland, Silven joins an audience of up to 30 people per performance, each in their own room – socially distanced but brought together digitally
  • The audience, taken back and forth along the timeline of a story, share details that are woven into the myth he presents in the Hong Kong Arts Festival show

Topic |   Hong Kong Arts Festival
The Journey, created by magician and illusionist Scott Silven, takes his socially distanced audience on a real trip. Photo: David Wilkinson, Empirical Photography The Journey, created by magician and illusionist Scott Silven, takes his socially distanced audience on a real trip. Photo: David Wilkinson, Empirical Photography
The Journey, created by magician and illusionist Scott Silven, takes his socially distanced audience on a real trip. Photo: David Wilkinson, Empirical Photography
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