Tag Archives: soundscapes

Equinox

The life’s beauty on love that changes the direction of the wind, the movement, the blow, the flow. The joyful’s whispering, the transformation in motion each moment, each step. My hands hold your warmth hands on the field in our … Continue reading

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Morning Run: views and sounds

In this post my aim is to show another approach on my practice of running with the use of a new app that unites some functions to describe different ways of moving. In this sense, the running became an opportunity … Continue reading

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Strolling at Paulista Avenue and MASP

An interesting app that allows us to use various functions for different ways of moving: take pictures and notes, record sounds and videos. I’ve used this app for the first time today and the result is pleasant and fun. http://www.ramblr.com/web/mymap/trip/301597/526526Continue reading

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Everyday Sounds

An unusual experience motivated by Gilles Malatray: a soundscape/soundwalking along the path from my house to the work. All sounds surrounding me are amazing!! https://desartsonnantsbis.com/2016/11/03/appel-a-sons/ https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=1IpmfGz1MwbA9Oibh8V6Zkk4yICE&ll=17.532935504011338%2C-4.216157849999945&z=3

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Extensive Senses

Photo: Chris H. Lynn The idea of “Moving Text” *  is on my own perception of body movement in imaginary runnings (as well other ways of movement) around the unknown landscapes. The peculiarity of this reflexion is on sensory experiences from paths taken … Continue reading

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Athens II

Poem inspired by Lynlee’s sound: https://lynleesound.wordpress.com Walking around an ancient city into layers of sounds and time. A mix of alive people with divinities everywhere. A breath: sublime arise.

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