Listening to the Environment
I had the pleasure of chatting with Canadian sound artist Darren Copeland about the art organization New Adventures in Sound Art, which he operates with his wife Nadene Theriault-Copeland as they celebrate their 20th year in service to the community.
We talked about his newest project, The Absent Listener, which is a web application that generates soundscapes based on hundreds of hours of field recordings that Darren captured on and around his property in South River, Ontario, not far from Algonquin Park.
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Wishing you a great end of the weekend and a stellar week ahead.
In an uncertain world, always look to the bagel 😎
Elliott “Capers” Fienberg