The Chime – Marc De Pape Scores The City

The urban soundscape has been a renewed topic of inquiry within media art over the last several years. This is not entirely surprising, as, given the propagation of cheap sensors, there is the possibility for much more granular analysis and engagement than was available to the recorder-toting acoustic ecologists of the late 20th century. Marc De Pape's recent project, The Chime, is an elaborate environmental 'meter' that translates local acoustic and kinetic data into lush musical compositions.

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