sounds i n a ' farmapo rnographical ' world
machines or algorithms, spaces be physical or digital, have saturated our senses
by generating parasitic data, our cities and homes conceal information that is vital to our survival: images over images
what about our sense of hearing?
our ears are always open, sound is intrusive, how does it impact our bodies? As much as it heals, sound can harm and has become a weapon of alienation and control, a vessel for communicating and aestheticizing fear.
can we design healing and functional soundscapes for our cities ?
the humility to listen to nature and remember what “listening for surviving” means in order to focus on vital sonic information only
and ventually, it will mean individuals are aware of the sonic space they take, as the wind does not belong to any one ..