""Sonic Antarctica" features natural and industrial field recordings, sonifications and audifications of science data and interviews with weather and climate scientists. The areas recorded include: the "Dry Valleys" (77°30'S 163°00'E) on the shore of McMurdo Sound, 3,500 km due south of New Zealand, the driest and largest relatively ice-free area on the continent completely devoid of terrestrial vegetation. Another is the geographic South Pole (90°00'S), the center of a featureless flat white expance, on top of ice nearly nine miles thick. The "Sonic Antarctica" Project is a radio broadcast, live performance as well as a sound and visual installation. It features recordings of the Antarctic soundscape made during Andrea Polli's seven-week National Science Foundation residency in Antarctica during the 2007/2008 season." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2009| GRUENREKORDER | 14.90

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