Passage Tells Project
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Passage Tells Project is a series of site-specific storytelling experience along a passageway in a city, using the local people's actual voices recorded through interviews. Audiences will be able to listen to the voices over headphones by walking along the passage. The sounds they hear will be based on their positions, e.g. if standing by the factory, you hear workers talking and sounds of ore being smashed with a hammer. The passage itself appears to convey stories composed by polyphonic interpretation of peoples' changing lives, emotions and memories under economic, social and cultural changes.