Site specific sound installation, Amsterdam, 2014.

To understand how sound can suggest space, the work exploits the acoustic qualities of urban and public design to produce a series of auditive experiences.

Using the site specific objects of urban design – such as satellite dish, ventilation ducts, antennas and other additional objects such as an alarm horn-, ‘Audible Space’ invites to listen to the space from those objects’ perspective.

The experience of listening to the space is enhanced by incorporating DIY audio-engineering circuits that amplify the inherent qualities of each object.
Therefore, the space is each time coloured, modified and experienced differently depending on which devices you are listening to.

Creating a map of specific soundscapes, the whole experience demonstrates the richness of perspectives implied in the act of listening.