Posted on: June 10, 2018
Noise, in both its sonic and data forms, is ever-present within our contemporary urban environments. Although it is most often viewed as an unwanted disturbance, it also presents itself as a potential creative and enabling resource. Key to this idea is the physical nature of noise and the way in which it can travel, largely uninhibited, from its source to its receiver, giving away information about the nature of its origins. Within music there is a rich history of incorporating noise to create new and innovative styles and genres.
With this view, we could ask the question:
How can we organise the noise from our soundscapes and datascapes to create innovative musical experiences, musical experiences that are not only specific to the location, but also specfic to the listener?
This research project aims to: