Hearing Architecture: A Review of Bill Fontana's "Sonic Shadows"

Chris Downey

Abstract


A blind architect reviews a sound installation at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.  Since museums are frequently works of art in themselves, the author describes new avenues for architectural appreciation. 

 

Key words: Blindness, blind museum access, Bill Fontana, architecture, sonic aesthetics. 


Keywords


blindness; blind museum access; Bill Fontana; architecture; sonic aesthetics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v33i3.3759

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