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Studies in Sound: A Celebration of National Arts and Humanities Month
Curated by Morayo Faleyimu; Art Designed by Azia Armstead
To close out our celebration of National Arts and Humanties Month, we've curated a collection of experimental audio pieces. Our writers have channeled their creativity into intimate diary entries, hypnotic GarageBand beats, Old English and more. These boundary-crossing works make a compelling case for a return to the original audience of the story --- the ear, not the eye.
Since we could no longer meet face-to-face due to the New York Covid-19 lockdown, we decided to communicate by audio diary.
This is an interactive reading/listening experience. Listen to the accompanying audio with headphones and read at your pace.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if medieval serfs had answering machines?
This song is a tribute to Gorillaz’s nonsensical ingenuity.
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