Can we see sound? Does music possess color, texture, movement? We may never know, but the terrifically inventive work that arose from one artist’s seeking will spark your imagination in new ways.
Psychoacoustics is not the study of sound but of how sound is perceived. It is less concerned with how a sound actually sounds than with what someone actually hears. And the divide between these two realities, it turns out, can be astonishingly wide.