The Soniferous Studio

In modern cities parks are too often leftover pieces of real estate, belted by what is euphemistically called a parkway, which spits its smell and noise over a site chosen by sight.

 

The Soundscape, Ch. 18 The Soniferous Garden pg 246 [R Murray Schaffer, publ 1977 Destiny Books, Vermont]

Absent a studio where is an artist to work?  My adopted space is at Euston Circus, a site I have chosen to investigate as a sensescape, a piece of ground that is leftover between the road and the underpass so has been grassed over and benches provided. 

More detailed work to follow but meanwhile, please enjoy the ambience....

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