The sound artist Nicola di Croce from Venice works together with local artists on Innsbruck’s soundworlds during lockdown. In an attempt to develop participatory methods and collaborative processes, they make the diversity of Innsbruck’s sonic realities audible in times of a global pandemic. The collected field recordings are combined with bells as sonic landmarks to explore urban resonances and create a multi-layered sound map of the city as a metaphorical index of Invisible Cities Innsburck. This site-specific multi-channel sound performance is realized in cooperation with the bell foundry GRASSMAYER and openspace.innsbruck as part of Heart Of Noise Festival and represents the prologue of the project.
With contributions from: Milena Meller, Anna Lerchbaumer, Lucas Norer, Andreas Ziessler, Lukas Moritz Wegscheider and others