Urban spaces influence and transform the human voice, affecting not only what we can hear, but also how we can make our voices heard within them. Mercedes Azpilicueta and John Bingham-Hall explore this relationship through vocal experiments recorded at three Rotterdam sites, selected for their distinct sonic qualities: metro station Wilhelminapuer, the Maastunnel and the concrete forest beneath the railway viaduct at Mevlanaplein.

In exhibition Post-Opera  translated their experiments onto textile, marking architectural features and the dynamics of voices passing through them. The textiles seem to clothe invisible bodies, which are made perceptible by the voices they emit