Author: Joe Osmond
Birdsong for Prisoners explores the ways in which we interpret sound, recalling memories of chords and phrases that trigger new stories and challenge our perception of a world where sound is only available with accompanying still and moving images. Created from a variety of sources including birdsong, improvised jazz and the creative use of piezo mics to record the rarely heard sounds of the human smile.
How to Cite: Osmond, J . (2013) “Birdsong for Prisoners (Text)”, Dandelion: Postgraduate Arts Journal and Research Network. 4(1). doi: 10.16995/ddl.275