Inhabited Spaces is a site-specific audio project with Ricardo Guerreiro, that uses microphones, speakers and computers to reconfigure small public spaces through sound. This is the second live action we did, at the Instituto Superior Técnico Swimming pool, during Rádio Futura internet radio stream.
The project can be defined as an artistic intervention project operated in a performance/installation context and also as a documental framework. This project has the aim of, quietly and with no previously warning or announcement, underlining the acoustic dimensions of a given public space of small dimensions and intimate character and of some of the objects (micro-spaces) that inhabit it. The installation of a network of electroacoustic transducers (microphones, piezo-electric elements and loudspeakers) with different features and functions in the space, permits capturing, amplifying and difusing acoustic vibrations. This network is mediated and permanently reconfigurable by two computers from which are also
performed a few interactive processes of real-time digital sound transformation. Duarte Gameiro from Rádio Zero was our assistant during the event.
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