Cities and Memory is a global collaborative sound project encompassing field recording, sound art and sound mapping – remixing the world, one sound at at time. The sound project is founded by ‘Stuart Fowkes’.
Sounding Nature is is the first worldwide artistic reflection on our natural environment, as artists all over the globe recompose and reimagine the sounds of our natural world.
The impact of human generated noise is causing well documented and harm to the natural environment and world.
Contributions from this blog to Stuart’s project feature two natural field recordings from two different locations.
The first contribution is from the Cladagh River which links to the Marble Arch Caves in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland.
The second contribution is ‘Strokkur’ Geyser located in the Haukadalur geothermal area, located east of Reykjavík, Iceland.
Click here for the Cities & Memory website.
If any audio enthusiast is interested in adding to Stuart’s project click here.