Forging Mexico’s Identity Through Street Sounds

Forging Mexico’s Identity Through Street Sounds

The country declares a National Sound Week in an attempt to maintain their cultural heritage.

Lisa Baldini
  • 31 august 2010

Western culture is known for its ocular-centricism that places emphasis on deriving meaning through images and visual cues. Yet for many cultures, sounds can form a large part of their identity. Mexico is one such country who values sound as an integral part of its heritage.

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