Sound flow: 23.5 degrees north

文字-A A +A

Have you ever tried listening to the pulse of the city via sound? In today's fast-moving information world, we tend to use our vision to take in messages and the characteristics of local cultures and are gradually ignoring input from our remaining weakened sense organs. However, in Taiwan, some individuals have discovered the importance of sound to people and the environment, and attempted to help others reacquaint themselves with the environment through a "soundscape.”

 

Our sense of hearing may seem insignificant, but because of this ordinary yet profound experience of sound, we are able to build a vivid and complete picture in our memory. Sound waves disappear when you stop listening, but a recorded soundscape will go down in the annals of history.

 

以下為中文對照

 

聲流,在北緯23.5度

曾經試著透過聲音去聆聽整座城市的脈動嗎?在龐大訊息快速流動的生活中,我們往往習慣先以視覺性的主觀感受,去接收各種訊息或地方的特色文化,卻漸漸忽略其餘微弱的感官體驗。然而,在台灣這塊土地上,有些人發現了聲音對人與環境的重要性,並試圖以「聲音地景」的方式,重新認識我們生活的所在。

 

也許聽覺的感受看似微小,但因為這樣深刻的平庸之處,讓每段記憶的碎片愈加完整。聲波流動的痕跡在未被聆聽時終會消逝,但記錄下來的聲景,卻能夠成為未來的歷史。

 

 

FB留言板

PeoPo 討論區

回應文章建議規則:

  • 文章屬於開放討論空間,回應文章的議題與內容不代表本站的立場
  • 於明知不實或過度謾罵之言論,本站及文章撰寫者保留刪除權
  • 請勿留下身份證字號、住址等個人隱私資料,以免遭人盜用,本站不負管理之責
  • 回應禁止使用HTML語法
0

加入時間: 2010.04.21

weekly review

加入時間: 2010.04.21
1,499則報導
4則影音
0則OnTV

作者其他報導

Sound flow: 23.5 degrees north

搜尋表單

目前累積了139,934篇報導,共10,805位公民記者

目前累積了139,934篇報導

10,805位公民記者