Lisbon Sound Map

“Places, inhabited or uninhabited, always have a sound memory whose contents may or may not persist in time. Recording and understanding the maintenance and sound alterations in a given territory not only constitutes an individual memory, but above all, a collective one. The acoustic album has become an indispensable instrument and source of information essential to anthropological, sociological, cultural and urban study. With the sound mapping of a given area the assumed strategy is to first to listen to the sound complexity of the place (the users being communication elements) and, secondly, to develop new ways of listening that are revealed in knowledge and expression. ”.  | More Information




Raquel Castro, Hedisson Mota, Luís Cláudio Ribeiro, João Alves, José Gomes Pinto e Jorge Bruno


Cicant; FCT