Sound of ruins (new cities future ruins) is a multi-shaped installation mixing mapping on volume and sound, more precisely sonic cartography. The project seeks to find what are the sounds of ruins, defining the city as a field of artistic exploration and use sound to
activate the public space. Staging the urban ruin, the installation questions the spatial memories and as well imagining the future and its sonic experience, connecting to, and reviving alternative times and places latent within a particular environment. I look for a way to create an immersive landscape through the sounds out of place and mapping into a geographical imagination, quoting Cohen I would like the listeners upon to “locate themselves in different imaginary geographies”. In this case a dystopian stage questioning our future in a time of crisis and of hybridity. Hybridity which lends into the sensory registers of sound itself, and diverse cultural and historical contexts that can be used for this questioning of the future ruins.
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