Synchronize (2005/2019)

Be the first to favourite this. Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Walking piece details

Synchronize (2005/2019)
Dordrecht, Netherlands

The work Synchronize consists of a walking route and a mp3 file.
While walking the route you need to wear headphones or earphones.
Listen to the mp3, and follow the walk as done by Frans van Lent, the artist, earlier.
Synchronise with the sound of his walking feet.

Near Dordrecht, The Netherlands

  • Event SWS20

    City Comparatives: The Bridges of Rotterdam

    · 2020-09-20 10:00
  • Event SWS19

    Wander Weed

    Stefaan van Biesen
    · 2019-09-29 15:00
  • 30 Days of Walking: Sound Walk September 2020

    Walled Ground, a Free Zone for Seedlings / a path is made by walking an ongoing project by Hans van Lunteren and Ienke Kastelein

    ·
  • Event SWS20

    Workshop Zintuiglijk Wandelen : Walking with chairs, Stille luisterwandeling, Wind en water wandeling

    · 02 - 16 Sep, 2020
  • 30 Days of Walking: Sound Walk September 2020

    Silent Soundwalk – part of the exhibition UNTAMED, Museum IJsselstein, NL

    ·

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Also check out

  • Walking Piece
    New

    Sensing The Wild

    Sensing the Wild
    · Going for Independence CIC · Since 2020
  • Walking Piece
    New

    Pylons

    · Since 2020
  • Walking Piece
    New

    La Passante Ecoutante – Karl-Marx-Allee I

    Niki Matita
    · Since 2020
  • Walking Piece

    Phnom Penh – Sightseeing Tour

    · Since 2016
  • Walking Piece
    New

    sonic immersion

    · Since 2020
  • Walking Piece

    München, Altstadtrundgang

    · Mekkis-Audiotours · Since 2015
  • Walking Piece
    New

    The humming of bees

    · Since 2020
  • Walking Piece
    New

    SubstanzWalk, Introduction to Substanzraum

    Alexander Johannes Heil
    · Since 2020
  • Walking Piece
    New

    L E T M E T A K E Y O U T H E R E

    Alain Chamois
    · Since 2018
  • Curated news
    New

    ‘It beats aimless walking’: Mechelen’s streets become covid art gallery

    · 17 Jan, 2021
  • Curated news
    New

    A walking tour of east London’s best public art | National Geographic

    · 17 Jan, 2021
  • Reading and Walking
    New

    Lynne Davis, Chris Hiller, Cherylanne James, Kristen Lloyd, Tessa Nasca, and Sara Taylor, “Complicated Pathways: Settler Canadians Learning to Re/Frame Themselves and Their Relationships with Indigenous Peoples”

    · 12 Jan, 2021
Walking Piece
New
Sensing The Wild

Going for Independence CIC

Marske-by-the-Sea, Redcar TS11 6HB, UK

Walking Piece
New
Pylons

Greenwich, London, UK

Walking Piece
New
La Passante Ecoutante – Karl-Marx-Allee I

Karl-Marx-Allee, Berlin, Deutschland

Walking Piece
Phnom Penh – Sightseeing Tour

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Walking Piece
New
sonic immersion

Rye Harbour, Rye, UK

Walking Piece
München, Altstadtrundgang

Mekkis-Audiotours

München, DE

Walking Piece
New
The humming of bees

Kew Gardens, Richmond, UK

Walking Piece
New
SubstanzWalk, Introduction to Substanzraum

Markenseplein, The Hague, Netherlands

Walking Piece
New
L E T M E T A K E Y O U T H E R E

Calderdale, UK

Curated news
New
‘It beats aimless walking’: Mechelen’s streets become covid art gallery

17 Jan, 2021

Curated news
New
A walking tour of east London’s best public art | National Geographic

17 Jan, 2021

Reading and Walking
New
Lynne Davis, Chris Hiller, Cherylanne James, Kristen Lloyd, Tessa Nasca, and Sara Taylor, “Complicated Pathways: Settler Canadians Learning to Re/Frame Themselves and Their Relationships with Indigenous Peoples”

12 Jan, 2021