One location here, but from two different perspectives. The first image/sound recording is from under a large concrete overhang while the second shot is just 40m to the side without the overhang. Notice the clear difference in how the overhang reflects the sound of the water from the canal below whereas in the second position we hardly hear it. The 'white noise' of the water essentially masks most of the other sounds in the environment.
'New Maps of Time' is a workshop about mapping spaces (mental, architectural and environmental) using sound as a means to analyze and express actions within a space. This video shows a sonic effect of a concrete overhang that reflects the sound of water in the Wienfluss canal below. The masking effect of the water can be heard in the first minute although not in the second.
The workshop was held in August 2011 and was hosted by Transforming Freedom and X-OP. This video combines a sequence of sounds recorded in different locations with images and video from the same places. A more complete report can be found at: maaheli.ee/main/archives/2731
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