By means of special software, the whole city is divided into sound zones corresponding to small topographic units - a blocks, parks, avenues, streets, yards, railway stations or churches, which are then combined as the "sound puzzle" creating a model of the urban phonosphere. Resulting sound map exists independently of the listener and gives the impression of real time listening. When listener passes through the same zone, he perceives different phases of the recorded soundscape.
The choice of the listening area can be done only by slow moving around the city map and thus laying the route of a virtual sound excursion around St. Petersburg.
Programming - Polina Shershenkova.
Part of the Saint-Petersburg Sound Museum exhibition (since 2015)