The authors, an artist and a geophysicist, present three different approaches to art-science projects, depicting hybrid models of interdisciplinarity, particularly via sound art. They first cooperate to create an art installation using sonified seismic data collected in Antarctica, moving then to vibrational data at a seismic deployment in the Jornada desert, New Mexico, envisioning a site-specific listening approach that would effectively merge art and science. The authors propose new models of collaboration in ever more urgent global responses to the climate crisis, revealing what we might call the “voices” of climate change.

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