Sensoriality: Building a landscape and sound experience in exhibition spaces

Abstract: The aim of this article is to contribute to the study and better perception of human sound, understanding the spatiality of everyday sounds in order to manipulate them within exhibition spaces and artistic installations. Based on the concept of soundscape, a term coined by Murray Schafer, it will advocate the construction of compositions with sounds captured from different environments (cities, woods, fields, etc.), valuing active listening. Considering the role of the sound field as a protagonist in the expansion of contemporary artistic activities. Access here.




Atilio Francisco P Villalta Gazola Barros