Site-responsive resonant soundscape. Gerês, Portugal
Fraga is a project of Interpretation and performance of the archeological site of Calcedónia in Covide, in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Gerês, Portugal.
Fraga is a site-responsive resonant soundscape, activated by the natural acoustics of a narrow 150 meters long passage way, in-between granite megaliths. This unusual space was the hidden entrance to an iron age setlement in the top of a mountain in Gerês.
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