Soundscape originated in response to the quarantine measures taken around the world. It offers a window to experience the wide array of life forms at one of the most biodiverse environments on Earth.
"It has repeatedly been shown that the sounds of nature such as wind, water, and animals, have been found to have restorative potential. Indeed, bird sounds have been found to increase recovery of skin conductance level, a measure of stress, and visitors to a local river cited the sound of water as a reason to visit a local
river for its relaxing effects (...)"*
The work was produced in collaboration with Dylan Tuccillo. And to enjoy this experience we recommend you to listen to it through headphones in a quiet space where you can feel comfortable and relaxed. And let the sound take you deep into the environment.
*A Review of Nature Experiences: More Than Meets The Eye, L.S Franco, D.F. Shanahan, and R.A. Fuller, in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
The Octagon, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica, 2020