image: walther moser

this edition of framework:afield has been produced in graz, austria by musician, sound artist and researcher margarethe maierhofer-lischka. for more information on the featured grazer soundscapes project, see:

and for more of her own work, see:

producer’s notes:

The coronavirus lockdown has changed the sense of space and place for many. Being confined somewhere, we start to listen and perceive differently, questioning ourselves and the space around us. Orientation gets a different meaning when we explore things from the inside out.

This edition of framework:afield has been initially produced and presented in the context of the project “Grazer Soundscapes”, a community field recording project run by Radio Helsinki in the city of Graz. Revised and reworked for framework, it weaves together fragmented musings about (acoustic-spatial) orientation with recordings from silent cities, quiet homes and other “isolated” spaces. Included are recordings from the Grazer Soundscapes project, soundpieces by Margarethe Maierhofer-Lischka and Lale Rodgarkia-Dara as well as sounds from the aporee soundmap.

margarethe maierhofer-lischka, graz, 2020.06

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