Soundprint is produced in collaboration with a collective of cross-disciplinary hearing and deaf artists, programmers, futurists and fabricators. Through the use of art and technology, this immersive, interactive and inclusive experience will make visible our individual soundprints and explores how our collective soundprints shape our mental and physical health and social behaviours.
On Display at THEMUSEUM: January 23 - September 26, 2021
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Concept renders of works currently under development
Find Silence Perhaps more overwhelming than the overflow of information, stimuli and work that constantly surrounds us, are the pressures, desires and fears coming out of our minds. We try to escape these noises only to create greater distractions. Take a moment in stillness to be present. Silence cannot be seen, yet is one of the most precious gifts one can discover.
Resonate Sound is experienced by the entire body. Physiological responses to auditory soundscapes show how we all react to auditory stimulation differently. Our individual and collective soundprints, which are invisible, get imposed (knowingly and unknowingly) on others and are tolerated (consciously and subconsciously) by them. Step into their minds and bear witness to the ways in which they perceive sound, its impact on their lives and what agency they may or may not have on what is heard.
The Museum of Quietness In a world of constant noise, quietness is a rare gift. At times, we also take this gift for granted. The Museum of Quietness collects memories from the year 2062 and uses these memories as material for us to imagine a world where quietness can be found and experienced more meaningfully today.
Soundprint is funded by:
Research support for the development of these works provided by: