KIMA: Noise: A visual sound installation on urban noise

Authors: Gingrich, O., Evgenia, E., Renaud, A. and Stansfeld, S.

Conference: Electronic Visualisation in the Arts

Dates: 9-12 July 2018


Pages: 391-398

Publisher: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2018)

Place of Publication: London

DOI: 10.14236/ewic/EVA2018.72


KIMA: Noise is a participatory art piece inviting audiences to explore impact of urban noises interactively. Using specific urban sound sources, the audience experiences noise as spatial soundscapes, responding to it, physically engaging and interacting with it. KIMA: Noise creates awareness for the phenomenon of noise pollution. The paper looks at preeminent research in the field, and draws conclusions of how sound affects us as individuals. The art project KIMA: Noise is introduced technically and conceptually.

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