Ecologies of the Unseen

Audience walking amongst the architecture of Raumklang. Photo credit: Pieter Kers
Audience member exploring the aural architecture of Raumklang. Photo credit: Pieter Kers
Sound Ecologies participants at de Kaloot, Borselle. Photo credit: Mark IJzerman
COVRA, luminous in the twilight. Photo credit: Mark IJzerman
Cloud chamber shows the differing dissolution of alpha and gamma rays of radiation. Photo credit: Amy Cutler
Moments of dissolving between COVRA and the Noordzee. Photo credit: Mark IJzerman
Photo of my notes taken during Christoph and Patricia’s talk.
The 360 degree spatial sound set-up was used for lab participants to develop work. Photo credit: Mark IJzerman
Radioactive waves lapping against the shore of Borssele. Photo credit: Amy Cutler

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