This text discusses sound art projects in which artists have used augmented reality along with recordings or data of public spaces. All the works mentioned here were carried out in Spain from 2010 to 2016. In them, memories become tied to the physical space through social interactions facilitated by communication technologies; listeners get involved through the use of mobile devices. These practices consider the role of sound in the display of memories in the public space, thus configuring a subjective memory that contrasts with the institutional narrations of the history of a place.

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