SEAP (Sonorous Environment Amplification Panel) is an interface to decipher landscapes in flux. Sounds which remain otherwise inaudible are made audible through the acrylic panel, effectively serving as a landscape loudspeaker. A puddle becomes an ocean. A drainage pipe resounds like a cavern. An underwater cathedral can be heard via this periscope in reverse.
The goal with this ongoing series of installations is to make the materials, latent spaces, and landscapes come alive to our ears. What, then, may come of the action we take following the augmented experience of hearing buildings and landscapes amplified?