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Friday, March 27 • 1:00pm - 1:30pm
The Listening Path II: Disparate Times and Places

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The Listening Path II: Disparate Times and Places uses the practice of soundwalking to connect people in disparate places in a unified act of silent respect for our natural surroundings. This project entails two short site-specific soundwalks--in Tempe, AZ, and in Grinnell, IA—and online documentation of these listening paths will juxtapose the diverse soundscapes of two iconic American landscapes: the desert and the prairie. This project blends the historically significant act of silent marches organized in the wake of tragedy with the creative research practice of soundwalking. In weaving together these themes, the project suggests that communities separated by time and place can practice collective silence to listen to the land, to demonstrate respect for our unique local environments, and to raise awareness of the extraordinary environmental challenges we face. Visit the project online: https://sites.google.com/site/thelisteningpathii/home.

Meet at the entrance of the School of Music, near Nelson Plaza. 
 

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Abby Aresty

Sound artist Abby Aresty builds immersive, site-specific sound art installations in public spaces, creating unexpected, intentional, community listening contexts that examine the liminal spaces between our built environment and the natural world. Her recent work, Paths II: The Music of Trees, was featured in an interview with Melissa Block on NPR’s All Things Considered, and was hailed as ‘otherworldly,’ and ‘sometimes... Read More →


Friday March 27, 2015 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Virtual/Online

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