BALTIC SEA IN THE ERA OF ANTHROPOCENE: How does human induced sound affect marine life in the Baltic?
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A SEMINAR ON SOUND AND ENVIRONMENT
ARRANGED BY BALTIC SEA INFORMATION ON THE ACOUSTIC SOUNDSCAPE [BIAS]
KUMU Art Museum, Cafe, second floor
In conjunction with the opening of Åsa Stjerna’s sound installation Mare Balticum at KUMU Art Museum
Baltic Sea Information on the Acoustic Soundscape [BIAS] is an international EU Life+ project spanning from 2012-2016, involving scientists from six nations around the Baltic Sea, with the aim to study human induced sound in the sea. By measuring the underwater sound for one full year, at 38 different locations in the Baltic, synchronized maps of underwater soundscape were produced, showing how sound from marine vessels affects the Baltic soundscape.
Curator Torun Ekstrand: Introduction
Prof. Aleksander Klauson, Tallinn University of Technology: Soundscape of the Baltic Sea. – A brief introduction to the phenomenon of underwater sound; natural and anthropogenic sources of sound; impact of underwater noise to marine life; BIAS project – scope and goals, from underwater sound recordings to sound propagation modelling.
Sound artist Åsa Stjerna: How to transform scientific data into an artistic experience? An introduction to the sound installation Mare Balticum, based on sound recordings from the BIAS project.
Ene Pähn, firstname.lastname@example.org, 6202551
© Åsa Stjerna