Hush City Soundwalk Berlin 4 Sound Walk Sunday 2019

Join us for the Hush City Soundwalk Berlin on September, the 18th at 5:30 PM

Sunday September 1st, 2019 was the Sound Walk Sunday 2019, the start of a month-long global festival of soundwalking events and performances, celebrating outdoor audio, geo-located, immersive performances, listening walks and soundwalks.

On September, 18th a Hush City Soundwalk directed by Dr. Antonella Radicchi – and co-organized by musicians and sound artists Emanuele Porcinai, Amedeo Cappelletti and Pablo Diserens – will be guided in the districts of Wedding & Mitte, Pankstraße area, to map & assess quiet areas with the free app Hush City.

People from any background are invited to take part in this excursion to map & evaluate the quiet areas, confront perceptual difference/similarities and, ultimately, contribute to each other’s perspective of the urban soundscape.

Hush City Soundwalks were initiated by Antonella Radicchi in 2017, in parallel to the release of the Hush City app, a free app for iOS and Android, which enables people to create an open access, digital map of quiet areas for the benefit of the city’s inhabitants.

• Meeting point & time
at the corner Ruheplatzstrasse/Antonstrasse (at the tree) at 17:30 on the 18th of September.

• Duration
90 minutes, including a brief introduction to the activity and a final group discussion.

• Tips
+ Prior to the start of the activity, download and install on your smartphone the free Hush City app.
+ Wear soft soled shoes for the soundwalk.

• Resources
If you are curious to read more about the method of soundwalking, read “A Pocket Guide to Soundwalking” written by Dr. Antonella Radicchi.

• Acknowledgments
Hush City Soundwalk Berlin is part of the Global Program of 20 Hush City Soundwalks which will take place in September 2019 in multiple cities worldwide to celebrate the Sound Walk Sunday 2019.
The Global Program of Hush City Soundwalks is coordinated by Antonella Radicchi in her role of inventor and manager of the Hush City app, and it is part of the Hush City Mobile Lab project, which has received funding from the HEAD-Genuit Foundation.