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Towards Black Noise: The importance of sound and hearing in shaping spatial experience

Part 1 Dissertation 2016
Josh Fenton
Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Edinburgh UK
This dissertation focusses in on sound, and the user experience of space and architecture. The writer analyses four key works of the sound artist Susan Phillipsz’s. These works have been inserted into specific urban contexts, changing our understanding of the pre-existing space. The author uses these experiences, in conjunction with photographic and sound recordings to understand the folly of these works, and the wider importance of sound in architecture.
Josh Fenton

Tutor(s)
Ella Chmielewska
2016
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