Year created:


Work Credits:

eva sjuve

View Artwork


audioTagger was started in January 2006, as a way to explore ubiquitous computing for audio applications in public space.

audioTagger is a mobile-phone-sound-art-geocoding-in-urban-space project, or can be defined as, wireless phonography ("mobile sound writing"). audioTagger is an exploration of urban space, capture sounds using mobile technology, and tagging the sounds using Google maps. The mobile phone is used in this application, being the most ubiquitous tool at present, within wireless architecture.