Sound on the US/Mexico border

Sabine Feisst recently presented a paper on Arizona-based sound artist Glenn Weyant’s SonicAnta Project at the Sound + Environment 2017 Conference at the University of Hull in the U.K. .

The conference created a forum for artists and scientists to examine the ways in which sound can advance our knowledge about the environment. Feisst discussed Weyant’s activist creative placemaking endeavors along the U.S.-Mexico border where he turns fences into sonic bridges. Hear him talk about his work on the US/Mexico boarder on NPR

Watch Glenn Weyant talk about his work on the boarder here

Great to meet Keynote Chris Watson at the conference too.