Submissions due 01 September 2013
Researchers around the globe are now taking note of unusual sound behavior in the world's sacred places and earliest buildings, including Malta's megalithic temples.
The question goes beyond: Did ancient people try to control sound? to wondering: Why?
Our goal during this event is to pull together information and experience from a wide range of sources, seeking a thread that identifies the most fundamental application of the human experience of hearing.
Emeritus Professor, Universite de Paris Ouest and Archaeoacoustics pioneer, Iegor Reznikoff : Thirty Years of Research in the Sound Dimension of Painted Caves and Rocks
International award-winning architect, designer and poet, Richard England : The Spirit of Place
All presentations will be in English.