presentation by Cláudia Martinho

Urban public spaces are changing from being free places of social exchanges and expression into controlled territories.
In a critical approach to the cities’ economic strategies in space production, this presentation addresses on counter tactics and actions with sound as a tool to subvert systems and amplify perception of in-between realities.

The intersection of architectural acoustics and psychoacoustics, the sound dimension is approached in its potential to generate aural interstices, autonomous zones that offer to people momentary situations of sensory experiences and open perceptions.

appearance at Tuned City
public and private soundscapes / 03.07.08