María Kremer, native of Moscow, tells the Arcada boys about her new experiments in the intersection between sound and architecture. We talked about her participation in research projects questioning how an experimental approach of sound explorations can enrich the sensorial attributes of the place. As an example, she presents an extensive video about new instruments in the urban landscape. In the last part of the podcast, she transports us into her metropolis: Moscow. She shows us how a sound exploration can work on a big scale. María Kremer studied architecture at the Technical University of Munich and ETSAM in Madrid.
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