Problem: Sit in a location for one hour. Document all the sounds you hear and the times you heard them. Mark the approximate locations of the sounds in relation to you on a map. Your map can take ANY form you like (graphic image, drawing/painting, sculptural, video, poem, etc.) but must be creative and visually interesting!
I sat outside of the SCAD Museum and for that hour or so I noticed the same sounds happening over and over even though it was from different people. I started off representing the sounds through an arrow going towards the left, which was the direction of most of the sounds. There was constant sounds of construction so I lined my arrow with caution tape. From there, I put the majority of the sounds that I heard inside of the arrow, casual conversations, heels clacking, keys rattling, and footsteps. The “X” represents where I was sitting in conjunction to the museum. Another constant sound was some sort of AC Unit in the building in the far left distance. Doors were also constantly opening and closing in front of me, along with birds rustling in the trees. There is a road outside of the arrow to represent the honking and traffic in the distance.