2020 June 29th Monday,
my research process
01 - field recording at places where urban garbages are found
02 - put those sounds on urban objects using exciters
03 - visually and sonically compose those urban sonic objects in the space
what did urban garbages listen to when they were used or when they were abondoned?
sparkling water’s bins listened to people’s voices and dish washers.
coconut milk’s cans listened to urban soundscapes when they were abondoned on the street.
2019 December 10th Monday,
Reference from Leonie
- “Ecology of Sound: The Sonic Order of Urban Space” by Rowland Graham Atkinson
- “Soundscapes of the Urban Past: Staged Sound as Mediated Cultural Heritage” by Karin Bijsterveld (ed.)
- “Constructing Urban Space with Sounds and Music” by Ricciarda Belgiojoso
- “Acoustic Territories” by Brandon LaBelle
2019 December 3rd Tuesday,
“It is necessary to accept and integrate two qualities of sound wchich are too often overlookied in its discussion in urban planning contexts: sound is ephemeral and changes over time; sounds are subjective and their status as nuisance or added value depends on an underlying matrix of cultural, personal, and social contexts.”
——Eckhardt, Julia. (2018). SOUNDS AS SHARED SPACE [INTRODUCTION]. In Claus,Caroline ,STUDIO_L28: SONIC PERSPECTIVES ON URBANISM (pp. 5). Brussels: Q-O2 WORKSPACE.