Audio can bring together different stakeholders, highlighting voices from projects, organizations and the public to find common themes.
Saturation Diving: An interview with a Judge from the European Court of Human Rights who ruled on the real-life case of Vilnes v. Norway and the perspective from Eurimages Film Fund on a fictionalized account. Both entities are part of the Strasbourg-based Council of Europe, a regional intergovernmental human rights organization with 47 member States. Commented by a first grade pupil from the Robert Schuman international section, with public archive audio from Sealab.
This demo was provided as a proposal to the Human Brain Project’s communication office and is not affiliated with either brain science research organization.
Experimental recordings of code-switching French-English conversations.
Mars One participants: Applicants explained in their own words why they were willing to leave planet Earth…permanently. Audio clips were collected via Speakpipe around the globe, providing a personal/organic audio feel with novel content.
Questions for a Researcher: A collaboration between the Human Frontier Science Program and the Council of Europe’s Audiovisual section. Individual questions were submitted as part of a collaborative interview project to allow several people in different locations to interview a researcher. (This project was not completed due to changes in the research organization)