Insight: Colette Aliman & Lauriane Heim’s ‘Soundscapes of Fear’

Words by Ana Prendes Evolving practices on sound art reveal a broader cultural awareness that sight does not exclusively govern our perception of reality. Emerging as an open-ended practice in the 1960s, sound-based works brought to the forefront previously excluded voices, noises, silences, and the act of listening. These sound-based artworks might be multimedia installations, […]