Silent Spring

Research output: Other contribution

Abstract

Silent Spring is a meditation on human and natural sounds, new technologies, and our relationships with other species.

It comprises three pieces Icelandic Reveries, Silent Spring and Strange Birds, composed from recordings taken at a hydroelectric dam in Iceland, wind turbine farms in the Terra Alta region Spain and acts of sounding and listening in the Brazilian Amazon, respectively. The first two pieces reflect on the impact of new renewable energy sources, tracing not only the sonic impact of these structures on other species, but the ways in which the soundscape is able to communicate broader structural and environmental changes associated with the introduction of these technologies. In Terra Alta, in Spain, where Silent Spring was composed.
Original languageEnglish
TypeA digital Album
Media of outputweb based
PublisherFlaming Pines
Publication statusPublished - 14 Oct 2019

Keywords

  • Sound Art
  • Acoustic Ecology

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