The focus of the audio-visual work "Sound Spaces" is located on the soundscape of the city, of the acoustic shell, in the spatial as well as in sound-aesthetic senses. Recordings
which takes place in nature, various architectures and outdoor urban public places, refer to each auditory identity of the places. With the help of creative coding a abstract representation of the acoustic shell of the city Hanover becomes possible to illustrate. An online open - source web archive the recordings including visualization archived and are available for further use. The work calls for a conscious deceleration of our overstimulated, visual society. The web archive informs and conveys the term soundscape, its origin. It is my intention to create more recognition, awareness for sounds and our acoustic environment by archiving the soundscapes, and thus to achieve the emancipation of listening piece by piece.
I also developed an installation with the gallery STADTARTIST, addionally to the design of the web archive. Sound Spaces was part of the group exhibition InsBlaue - Walk through architecture in Hannover in 2018.