Ears are unique to each individual person in shape and size. They are acoustic filters of the world around us and shape the character of the sounds we hear. This presentation looks at what was learned from an artist-in-residency project in Sydney, Australia, which involved drawing studies of 153 different people's ears. This presentation is in English.
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