What makes a place Sacred - Sound
So the idea is to give the visitors some space for deep sonic experience and see what it brings you. So when you are using artistic sound in the public space or in a half public space you can excite all the associations this person is having in the inner conversation they are having their whole life.
The guys who know how to treat sound are very valuable, like shamans or any tradition like that, that they use sound for religious experience
A cave is a very complex sonic device.
There is his element parallel to our architecture that is the oral architecture. And with the difference between what is architect, in oral architecture you don't have one person. You can't pinpoint that this is the oral architect.
When the sound comes out from my mouth the idea does not belong to me anymore and is not my bodily presence anymore as you hear
But the oral architect is a social force. So you have a lot of elements from the budget, from the decisions why the people, how many people you have to sit down there, what materials you are going to use, who decides that, and so on for years. So at the end you end up having this elements that are very intriguing as a sonic object but also a very socially form
Sound is the host of everything
You can close your eyes and not see stuff but you can not close your ears and not hear stuff.