Category: Blog

2020 Changes

Many thanks for your support throughout the last eight years. After a long and thoughtful period of reflection I have come to the following conclusion.I don’t want Sono Space to be associated with Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Whatsapp, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. I want to live in a different world far away from the influence of

Listening Closely

[soliloquy id=”12774″] Listening Closely – Nicola Di Croce – Performance Recorded in San Cipriano Picentino (SA), Italy – September, 4, 2015 About the performance San Cipriano Picentino is a small village in the south of Italy. Thanks to Fondazione Aurelio Petroni I’ve developed a project named “Listening Closely” with the aim of inquiring the sonic

Snæland

Magnús Bergsson presents field recordings from his native Iceland. The following is a brief explanation as to the title of the work. Naddod was a Norwegian-Faroese Viking who is credited with the discovery of Iceland. Naddod was also one of the first settlers on the Faroe Islands after Grímur Kamban became the first to settle

Croquiseros Urbanos

From La Plata, Argentina to the World by Julia Perez Marfil (Maju) La Plata City… “The City Of Diagonals is the capital of the province of Buenos Aires and it represents the principal political, administrative and educational centers of the region. La Plata is truly original, it was one of the first cities in the world

Tainha

Artisan Fishing–Balneário Camboriú – Brazil by Roberta Kepper Balneário Camboriú is a coastal city located in the north of Santa Catarina, one of the southern states of Brazil. It is a major beach resort with its steep hills dropping down to the sea. For most of the year enormous shoals of mullets live off the coast of

The Moons of Saturn

For many years Titan has inspired the thoughts of astronomers and cosmologists the world over. Titan is bigger than Mercury and is the holder of that rare thing, an atmosphere. Titan is 5,150 km (3,200 miles) across and its size affects the orbits of other near-by moons. Titan hides its surface with a dense nitrogen