|Artist: Keith de Mendonca|
|Name||Keith de Mendonca|
|Short Bio||A sound artist who has lived and worked in London. Bangalore and is currently based in Beijing China.
In the past, he created interactive installations that utilized fax machines, telephones and answering machines.
He is a regular contributor of sound experiments to Radio Kinesonus in Tokyo and Framework on the London Resonance FM station
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|1||11 O'Clock Royal Palace||Stockholm, SE||
11 oclock in Stockholm palace square. Children walk past through the crunchy snow, a lorry engine creates a crescendo of noise, and then the clock chimes.
|2||A ride on the metro||Barcelona, ES||
The ticket machine allows me to enter the station and I go down the escalator to catch a train. After 2 stops I leave the train, following a man having a sneezing fit.
|3||Bangalore traffic||Bangalore, IN||
Evening traffic at a small but busy crossroad in HAL Stage 3, Indira Nagar, Bangalore. Cars and motorcycles toot their horns as they approach the junction, cows moo, and birds and insects can be heard as the machine noises occasionally subside
|4||Brush salesman||Bangalore, IN||
A street salesman passes my apartment calling out to the houses - trying to sell his brushes. He then turns around and come back again.
|5||Cloud burst in China town||Bangkok, TH||
The heavens open while I am exploring Bangkok's Chinatown. Motor cyclists drive perilously close to my feet in a narrow alley as the rain beats down onto the metal roof above
|6||Coin throwing||Beijing, CN||
Visitors throw coins at a bell hanging under a bridge at the temple of the white cloud. If you hit the bell then it will bring you luck
|7||Crickets in Speyside||Speyside, Tobago, TT||
A night recording of crickets at Speyside, Tobago
|8||Departure lounge in Newark airport||New York, US||
Wandering around in the departure lounge, waiting for my flight from new York.
The Tannoy announcement at the end of the recording calls lost travellers to a gate
|9||Dhobi Ghats||Mumbai, IN||
Much of Mumbai's laundry finds its way to Dhobi Ghats to be cleaned. Hundreds of men scrub, wash, beat, and dry laundry using 100s of stone cubicles out in the open air. Ramshackle spin dryers wobble behind the sound of beating clothes
|10||Dropping coins in Wat Traimit temple||Bangkok, TH||
Visitors drop coins into a long line of metal bowls along one side of the temple of the Golden Buddha in Bangkok
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