Things are actually not this and that. They are much more complicated and making that complexity accessible, sound can really offer that. And then, of course, it’s not just sonic, it has smell, it has feel, it has the embodied. But for me, sound is like a portal. A transgressing of the binary, geographical, physical, political binaries. And to actually question the whole binary normativity we live within. It’s a portal into that other possible world in which we can live in the volume and in the indivisibility of the world rather than its constructed dividedness.
– From the conversation with Salomé Voegelin on sound, vibration and listening. 2022