The sound piece is a long and atmospheric editing of a wild collective improvisation by a group of artists-researchers that occurred during a sound research atelier called ‘Foley Your Research’. The recording session offered choices of changing time and space completely as the artists-researchers worked free of any visual references but focussed on creating images through the exclusive use of sound.
The atelier was based both on the history of the evolution of methods used to reproduce sound effects for film (foley) and a research around the question “how does/could your research sound like?”. The artists-researchers involved in the atelier answered through audio improvised compositions to some questions like ‘does your research have a direct auditory quality and content or would you like/need to create a fictional soundscape to give it a sound? Or ‘how does an object/material producing a given sound release to the mental image you want to produce? And vice versa?