ECOS#1 _ 12 – 14 JULHO 2013 Que influência é que a paisagem sonora tem no nosso quotidiano? Sendo nós responsáveis pela maior parte da emissão sonora dos espaços que habitamos, como é que pensamos e “desenhamos” a paisagem sonora da nossa cidade? O ponto de encontro é no palácio Sinel de Cordes (casa da Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa). [...]
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It’s an all too familiar movie trope. A bug hidden in a flower jar. A figure in shadows crouched listening at a door. The tape recording that no one knew existed, revealed at the most decisive of moments. Even the abrupt disconnection of a phone call manages to arouse the suspicion that we are never…
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