The Noise Project brings together a loose network of artists, producers, designers, urban thinkers, young students, and the public, to examine the concept of “noise” from a citizen’s perspective.
Through critical dialogue, experiential learning, and collaborative approaches to research, art making, and self-discovery, the Noise Project aims to uncover the invisible threads that connect us to our urban soundscape.
Call: Noise Intercepted
Noise Intercepted is a series of 10 experience-activated noise challenges, that prompt participants to listen, observe and interact with their urban soundscape in new and unlikely ways.
How does Noise Intercepted work?
Over the course of 4 months you’ll be sent 10 noise challenges/ creative prompts via text message and email. You’ll have exactly 1-week to respond to each of these challenges and document your findings in a creative way online.
Who can register?
Anyone and everyone.