My sound practice is based on field recording sessions where I try to capture the singularity of each soundscape. The choice of the recording place determines the nature of the sounds - because each space has its own sound imprint.
Field recording is a confrontation between the interior and the surrounding outside space(s). The sound recordist sculpts with the sounds that pass through him/her and his/her microphones. These moments of solitude create a necessarily intimate link with the space and its context: between the nature of the field recordings and the places of broadcasting.
The physiologist Johannes Müller wrote "Without the living ear, there is no sound in the world, only vibrations"