Sound Bridges 1

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The recordings were taken at five bridges that cross the River Soar in Leicester, England, as it travels north towards the city centre.

The bridges have both individual and unifying audio characteristics. The sequence of the bridges are as follows: Bridge 103A, Packhorse Bridge, Bridge 105C, Bridge 106 & Bridge 107.

This site specific work encourages deep listening and a consideration of sound ecology.

Matthew Pell

Matthew Pell

United Kingdom

I am a moving-image and sound artist. My moving-image work documents the relationship between urban topography and the natural landscape. With specific interest in Edgelands. My audio work continues this interest by applying the various elements of...

Near Leicester, UK

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