Exercising Around Sound Experience

In this blog, I’ll be sharing mainly my recent research around the pure art of ‘sound making’, expressing and witnessing its spacial and time-based experiences, both compositional and perceptual.

A recorded soundscape – any contextualized music experience – is accessible by a stratified idea of time. It dramatizes our essential and multiple relations, virtualizing our memories through its fluency, constituents and aural-marks, made of emergencies and discontinuities, intimate and public references, ready then for further contextualizations and interpretations, therefore metabolizing relational processes of any kind.

I share the symbolic cycle,

its contraction and blossoming at once.

I share and I suddenly become the surrounding itself of my perception.



I’ll be sound-sharing and deepening the metaphoric elements of sound perception.




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