Z-TIME:

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS

SOUNDSCAPES OF TIME

Sound is a form of time travel. We hear sound when waves emitted by another object hit our ears, and this takes time. Different rhythms and frequencies of sound can magnify or distort our sense of time passing. The sounds you can hear come from the lab where circadian scientists work. They are combined with woodwind instruments and analogue synthesis. Each note is played for the natural duration of the musician’s lung capacity – reminding us of the body at the center of science.

Composition by Jim Slade. Slade is a musician and composer based in Copenhagen.

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