Kathy Wilcox hearing the sounds of the train station. A map of the sounds is printed on the floor.
Listening to Newcastle with the aid of Binaudios. Photo credit: Emilia Flockhart
Listening out towards the city. Image credit Karolina Maciagowska
The Binaudios listening across the river Tyne through Sage Gateshead windows.
Derek Wilcox listening to the clock on Northumberland street.
Dominic Wilcox recording one of the sounds of the Binaudios, the sound of cows eating grass on the Town Moor.
Recording the sounds of Newcastle such as playing pool in a local pub The Tanner's Arms.
An early sketch of the Binaudios by Dominic Wilcox
James Rutherford testing the Binaudios out on the Tyne Bridge.
The venue for Binaudios, Sage Gateshead.
Dominic Wilcox and James Rutherford. Photo credit: The Journal Newspaper
Chris Thomson trying out the Binaudios. Photo credit: Curiosity Creative
Sage Gateshead between Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and the Millennium Bridge.
Binaudios at the Sage.
Final adjustments to the technology being made.
Listening to the arrival of the QE2 on the Tyne in 2010.
Binaudios waiting to be used. Image credit Karolina Maciagowska