the rhythms of electromagnetic emissions, their psychogeophysics and micrological auscultation
Almost any electronic gadget can be transformed into an audible and sometimes rhythmical sound object. “Detektors” is firstly (A) a cartography of user-generated geolocational sound recordings, logs and walks, which reveal hidden electromagnetic geographies of our urban areas and secondly (B) a database and catalog of sonic studies of electromagnetic emissions produced by our everyday electronic devices.
“Detektors” is an open, collaborative project which uses sonic strategies and DIY-devices to make audible the hidden infoscapes of our time. The presentation will show data, recordings and cartographies of different spectral ecologies and trans-sonic machinic assemblages.
Detektors.org is initiated by Martin Howse and Shintaro Miyazaki.
Google Maps API Programming: Yoshito Maeoka.