What does your past sound like? What does your present sound like?
Which sounds do you wish to retain? Which sounds do you wish never to hear again?
Which sounds do you consider as toxic waste?
How does silence and noise sound in your future?
Which sounds have gone silent?
Can you still hear?
To celebrate World Listening Day 2018, Chase Public is excited to team up with local poet, sound artist, and podcaster cris cheek to host a discussion of sound, and a theater for listening.
We invite you to participate through discussion and practice in an open symposium and compilation of field recordings to celebrate this year’s ten anniversary of WORLD LISTENING DAY on JULY 18th.
We are keen to focus on the past and future sound(s) of Cincinnati.
We encourage those interested, in the affect and impact of sound and resonance on our lived environment, and in how sound determines and influences place, to make RECORDINGS, bring thoughts / notes / questions . . . to Chase Public from 6-9pm.
There will be a listening station for those who wish to bring recordings and or simply listen to recordings to do so, and an open roundtable for discussion.
More info on World Listening Day here: