Urban Heterotopia

Could you guess what places you have visited?

Every person draws different map of images which takes them to completely different spaces according to personal experience and associations.  This soundtrack illustrates heterotopia which means ‘other place’. The concept of heterotopias was first used by French philosopher Michael Foucault in article „Of Other Spaces“

Laisves avenue acoustic background has changed a lot since it was built. Sounds of horse tramway, mass of people moving in the streets, laugh and late chat in the avenue restaurants. Hearing the city would be enough to create an image of prosperity and decline times.  Where can the sounds in Laisves avenue bring us today and what can be done to bring some diversity in the acoustic background?


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