1 06 2021
Catherine Lamoreux (a.k.a. Valeda) concludes her Artist-in-Residency at the Spatial Sound Institute with the project ‘Attunement’. Sensitive to neurodivergent needs and the constraints of language, the interactive installation prompts on the myriad ways people may react when they can influence and participate in the creation of a sonic environment.
28 04 2021
Reem Khorshid, an architect and researcher, shares a personal reflection piece to raise awareness of the different sonic realities that surround us. For her residency at the Spatial Sound Institute, she addresses a set of essential questions for critical inquiry that can help envision urbanism practices for accessible cities and spaces.
28 04 2021
The Spatial Sound Institute’s Research Archive is a recently launched extension of our Library, set up with the aim of consolidating and curating scientific research about and in relation to sound. Within four distinct fields of study, papers and articles have been organized based on keywords and trends within the categorization literature.
We hope that this archive will make it easier to identify information sources and publications that are relevant to sound research. We are also interested to hear from researchers and scientists working with relevant fields who would like to share their findings in this archive.
With over a hundred-fifty curated titles in our collection, The Spatial Sound Institute’s open-access library is an ongoing outreach initiative that recognizes the need for a wider circulation of educational and pedagogical resources in sound and cultural research for the benefit of artists, academics and learners everywhere.