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From the curator: “…sounds from the urban eco-system were recorded as an attempt to isolate them and direct more attention to them. The simple title Listening Terminals is as literal as it appears—listening as the act of consuming, and terminals as the medium of consumption.
“How this whole exercise is related to sustainability is not a direct statement. Rather than stating directly that: ‘this is your environment and that you are responsible for it’; the project terminates the statement at ‘this is your environment….’ The curatorial of the Sound/Movement component of Project Bakawan is focused on providing sensorial stimuli, which has more potential for continued discussion among the interested audience (whether on the topic of urban ecology, sound art, music, dance, movement, etc), rather than a prescriptive statement. Therefore has more potential for a sustainable discourse.”