Sound Topographies is an ongoing personal project, introduced in 2015, aiming to research, discuss, and promote the creative process of cultural sonic imprints in electronic, contemporary and electroacoustic music. Main subjects of interest are politics, education, history, cultural heritage and composition inspired by cultural and social sonic identities.

The project involves series of  compositions and live performances based on recordings made in various locations in the Netherlands and Greece. Traditional musical instruments, field recordings, spoken language, and computer generated sounds, they all blend together in an amalgam of personal experiences and inspirations.

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