Ocean waves hitting the California coast, a tiger’s roar in Botswana, or the distinctive hum of Tokyo’s subway lines—these are just a few examples of the sounds we want from you for designer Yuri Suzuki’s new work: Sound of the Earth Chapter 2.
This interactive sound installation will be featured in the upcoming exhibition Speechless, integrating audio clips sourced from across the world into a 6-foot spherical sculpture for a fresh take on the traditional globe. Each spot will represent a different part of the world where visitors can place their ears on its surface to hear a corresponding sound from that region.
Be a part of the art and submit your sound using the form and/or interactive map below and learn more about the groundbreaking multisensory exhibition, Speechless.
Speechless is co-organized by The Dallas Museum of Art and the High Museum of Art. The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of DMA Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.