Sound and the City

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I was the producer of Sound and the City, an installation that was curated by James Bulley and exhibited at the Natural History Museum between June 9-11. The installation featured researchers across Goldsmiths talking about the future of sound in cities. Sound and the City also showcased mogees. Developed by Bruno Zamborlin, mogees is a device and app that turns any resonating surface into a musical instrument. There are currently only 3 of them available in the world but they will hit the market later in the year.

Sound and the City
Natural History Museum London
June 9 – 11, 2014

Curator: James Bulley
Producer: Ozden Sahin
Sound Designer: Emmanuel Spinelli
Researchers: Sean Cubitt (Media & Communications), John Drever (Music), Georgina Hosang (Psychology), Anja Kanngieser (Sociology), Atau Tanaka (Computing)
Graphic Designer: Patrick Fry
Web Developer: Daniel Jones
Installation Design Studio: Jailmake
With gratitude to Bowers and Wilkins, Mogees, Liz Hutchinson, Joanna Kindeberg, Universities Week, and the Natural History Museum.

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