Listening is an active process, a means by which we interpret the sonic soup of our physical world. Listening heightens our sensory existence and attunes us to the tempo of our everyday lives.
In 2004, Listen presented a series of engaging performances, discussions, and interactive experiments that explore different aspects of listening—from using sound as a diagnostic tool to investigating the art, science, and mechanics of the human voice.
» See the full program list
Presented in conjunction with the Listening exhibit project.
Funded by the National Science Foundation.