We look into how listening as culture can be seen without referencing music and socially engaging sound activities. We choose to think of culture in this context as a meaning that is drawn towards the metaphor and beyond the listener and the listened to.
PHONO-DOC scans how culture developed from phonography and listening practices. FINNEGAN'S WAKE realises the famous novel's innate sonic qualities whilst SOUNDS OF PLANTS translates the real-time biological processes of plants into a strangely captivating sound experience. YOU USED TO CALL ME ON MY CELLPHONE invites listeners to a personal live sound performance on their phones whilst through the fascinating PSYCHOACOUSTICS & SONIC ILLUSIONS listeners will test the ambiguity of their perception.