EXPLORING QUEENSLAND’S BEAUTIFUL NATURAL ENVIRONMENT THROUGH SOUND
AURALITY is an augmented reality audio project exploring Queensland’s idyllic rainforests, rivers and reefs through music, sound and acoustic ecology.
The installation can be experienced by downloading a free mobile app that uses GPS points along the coast of Queensland to trigger audio based on location and movement. The free app will launch on World Listening Day (18 July) with 100 soundscapes activated across Queensland.
AURALITY active locations include Brisbane, Noosa, Tin Can Bay, Maryborough, Hervey Bay, Yeppoon, Airlie Beach, Townsville and Cairns. AURALITY is created by Leah Barclay, a multi-award winning Australian sound artist working at the intersection of art, science and technology.
AURALITY is presented by Queensland Music Festival, Brisbane City Council and The Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre.