Sacred Soundscapes is an immersive audio-visual installation exploring the significance of sacred sounds in the context of Singapore’s contemporary soundscape. It was open at Esplanade Tunnel Link from 9th April to 2nd May 2010.
On this blog you can find out how this piece of work developed from its initial inception, through research, reflection and experimentation. I recommend you use the Blog Navigation tab at the top-right hand side of this page, to find your way around this blog.
Also, if you live, or have lived in Singapore, you may wish to take a few moments of your time to contribute to my ongoing research into the local soundscape:
If you’d like to find out more about my work or previous projects please visit www.zaitang.com or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org