Sometimes the visibility of things depends on how much we talk about them. Or how loud.
Earsight surveys the city’s soundscape and needs regular people to listen. We are looking for 5 visually impaired people willing to engage in a creative process of urban research, plus a performer to join our team, and more. If our project appeals to you, let us know. Whether you are volunteers, photographers, musicians, therapists, we want to get to know you.
Contemporary dance, painting, research, development of ideas, debate and public presentation. All in an interdisciplinary team, curious and ready for action.
Trimite-ne pe Facebook sau WhatsApp o înregistrare audio în cartell us a little about yourself and let’s explore the sound of the city together, giving shape to the sensations that run through our bodies. We are looking for a comfortable and accessible urban space.
The project takes place between August 1 and November 15, and the selected people will be remunerated.
Contact us on the Indie Box Facebook page or Whatsapp at +40721475058.
Earsight is a project that aims for a comfortable and accessible public space for everyone, proposing a real analysis of the soundscape.
Through the interventions of mixed groups of blind and sighted people, we aim to trigger a reflection of the general public, to encourage not only tolerance but also civic responsibility. The sound space of the city is a collective work, born from the emotions and needs of each of us.
A cultural project co-financed by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund, developed by Indie Box in partnership with Nod Makerspace, Urban INC, La Firul Ierbii, AMAis (Association of Alternative Methods of Social Integration) and Tandem Association.
„The project does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the project or how the results of the project may be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.”