in his new series, “listen (to) the untitled 6.3”, multimedia artist Guy Livingston explores the cityscape via sound. In New York, nearly everyone is walking down the street, lost in their own sonic world – listening to their own soundtrack on their own headphones; or talking to their own family or friends.
But what if you listened to someone else’s life or music? This is the challenge Livingston takes on with his listen to the untitled series.
Random residents stop on their way to work or play, and listen to the urban furniture: traffic cones, mailboxes, lampposts.
Each object tells a story; alternating with music inspired by the streetscape. No two objects are alike.