We’re pleased to announce the second part of our Protest and Politics project – the first ever global sound map of protest sounds.
As of today, we’re looking for artists, musicians and sound designers to reimagine and recompose the sounds of protest, demonstration and political activity from around the world.
The call will be open for one week, with final recomposed sounds due to be submitted by Monday 24 July.
Sounds will form part of the first global mapping of the defining sounds of our time – those of protest and political unrest.
Our bank of sounds features both sides of the Donald Trump debate in the USA, Brexit in the UK, and protests relating to ISIS, education, austerity, the IMF, police brutality and many other subjects – from Bolivia and Chile to India and South Korea.