Soundlessly noisy - acoustic ecology and soundscape

We listen to music while taking the metro, cleaning or studying or just for relaxation, on the phone, on vinyl, on the computer, over the speakers. But have you already considered that we are constantly surrounded by sounds also in various forms other than composed melodies

We listen to music while taking the metro, cleaning or studying or just for relaxation, on the phone, on vinyl, on the computer, over the speakers. But have you already considered that we are constantly surrounded by sounds also in various forms other than composed melodies? Typing, closing tram doors, conversations from next door and last but not least nature all produce sounds, and the list goes on.


What happens if these noises are summarised? What does soundscape mean and what can it be used for? How are sound vibrations around us linked to other intersections of arts? These questions will all be answered by our speakers.
The event starting on 17 June at 6:00 p.m. will feature doctoral student and teacher of the MOME Open Sound Design course Ádám Krasz, and student of MOME Institute for Theoretical Studies Réka Farkas-Kovách.
 

Venue: K11 cultural centre
Date and time: 17/06/2022 6:00 p.m.
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2022.06.17
18:00 - 20:00

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Venue: K11 cultural centre
Date and time: 17/06/2022 6:00 p.m.

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