A project by Nežka Zamar in collaboration with Orhan “aib” Kavrakoğlu
soundwalk, recordings, QR codes, book, 2021
A Soundwalk is a project that sits on the threshold between visual arts, literature, performance, sound, and street art. Pushing the limits of painting as a medium, it focuses on the visual research of the unmaterialized images. It is structured as a soundwalk, and its main component is a web of narratives, mapped out through the city, assigning collected records to their specific locations. Adding another layer to the cityscape, this interactive sound map operates outside the perceived timeline. The sounds of the re-created environment reproduce intangible imagery, that remains on the verge between fiction and reality.
Curated by Petra Housková and Husam Abusalem
Co-founded by Anna Lindh Foundation, the European Union and the Slovak Arts Council
Photo credit: Tatiana Takáčová