Jay Shetty visits auditory neuroscientist Seth Horowitz and sound therapist Nathan Martinez to determine how sound shapes our environment.
Jean Tinguely: Pandämonium No. 1 - Méta-Harmonie III, 1984. Swiss artist Jean Tinguely's sculptures always have an acoustic
Even headphones are a one-of-a-kind, personal sonic experience. Their slick design, ergonomic fit, and walnut wood ear pieces
Arriving at the twilight of summer, we've witnessed yet another season of broken hearts and windows and formations and bodies and boundaries. Shouts of "Black Lives Matter!" have reached fever pitch amid civilians' protests against racism, hate crimes, police brutality, and injustice.
There are those rare conversations in life where time slows down and every sense is simultaneously awakened. A few weeks ago at the classic Belasco theater in downtown Los Angeles, I had the opportunity to get to know visionary artists, Alex and Allyson Grey.
In 2004, Charles Spence, a professor of experimental psychology at Oxford University, published the first of many papers that marked him as the premier expert of the way sound and food work with our minds to create illusions of taste.
One theory is that the sounds could be related to mating.
Sound appears to have both positive and negative influences, depending on types, noise level, personal preference and other factors. Read on to see how sound influences sleep in both the short-term and long-term, and how to optimize your environment for better nights.
Sound Premiers at Seattle's ACT Theatre; An Innovative, Modern and Historic Perspective on the Lives of the Deaf
All in all, Sound is a production that leaves audiences inspired and asking questions of themselves and of others.