SENNHEISER TO PRESENT 'CITIZENS OF SOUND' EXHIBIT AT THE LIBERTY FASHION & LIFESTYLE FAIRS, NYC
Exhibit produced by The Brooklyn Circus captures emotions of listeners experiencing their favorite songs for the first time — through Sennheiser HD1 and HD 800 headphones
Next week at the Liberty Fashion & Lifestyle Fairs, audio specialist Sennheiser will present ‘The Citizens of Sound’: an exhibit produced by The Brooklyn Circus in collaboration with film photographers Rog & Bee Walker + Aeric Meredith-Goujon.
The exhibit, which takes place at New York City’s Jacob Javitz Center between Monday, July 17th and Wednesday, July 19th, brings together a community of music lovers, artists & experts as they experience their favorite song for the first time — listening through a pair of Sennheiser HD1 or HD 800 headphones. The studio portrait collection, which was photographed with medium format film, captures the emotions behind today’s music loving culture while capturing the “#Sennheiser1st” experience.
During the exhibition, attendees will have the opportunity to experience their own #Sennheiser1st moments through a variety of Sennheiser’s premium headphones to be showcased, including the HD 800S, HD 1 Wireless and others.
Sennheiser in cooperation with The Brooklyn Circus and film photographers Rog & Bee Walker + Aeric Meredith-Goujon.
“The Citizens of Sound” studio portrait exhibit
Monday and Tuesday, July 17th & 18th; 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, July 19th; 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Jacob Javitz Center, NYC, Hall 3A, booth 300
“We are pleased to cooperate with The Brooklyn Circus to bring ‘The Citizens of Sound’ exhibit to the Liberty Fair,” commented Stefanie Reichert, Director Trade Marketing, Retail, Americas. “This moving tableau of portraits by photographers Rog & Bee Walker + Aeric Meredith-Goujon capture the essence of today’s sound culture — and how the listening experience can be emotionally enhanced with Sennheiser.”
“We connected with Sennheiser because we wanted to evoke the emotion of sound in a visually compelling way,” says Ouigi Theodore, founder of The Brooklyn Circus. “The subjects that were photographed each represent what a heightened audio experience looks like visually, and we were able to capture the beauty of this heightened audio experience. The music they were listening to in those moments sounded so much better than they’ve ever heard it before, and this beauty is in the sound.”