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SoundScapeIssue 02 21Organ of Corti by liminal, winner of the John Connell Innovation Award 2011, is an experimental instrument that recycles noise from the environment. It does not make any sound of its own, but rather it attempts to draw our attention to the sounds already present by framing them in a new way, for instance road traffic or falling water. By recycling surplus sounds from the environment, it challenges expectations of what might constitute a piece of music by adding nothing to the existing soundscape but rather offering new ways of listening to what is already there. To find out more, visit liminal.org.uk

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