Thanks to artist Max Siedentopf, the 1982 soft-rock staple turned über-meme has reached its logical conclusion.
Work That Is Audible to the Naked Eye
In the often derelict but delicate works of Rolf Julius, subtle noise vibrations become palpable, physical things.
A Hidden Times Square Sound Installation Returns to Full Hum
Max Neuhaus’s “Times Square” sound installation is meant to be stumbled upon by visitors to the chaotic crossroads in Manhattan.
Hearing a Symphony in the Cacophony of a Lagos Market
Every city has its own sounds, its distinct murmur and roar of voices and traffic.
The Inescapable Sounds of the Everyday
SAN FRANCISCO — I visited during a hell of a week for the City by the Bay. With temperatures soaring into the 90s, the sounds of fans, ice cream trucks, and San Franciscans complaining about the heat wave and lack of air-conditioning filled the air.