What is the relationship between our senses and the model of our environment that is created in our head? We use visual and auditory inputs to orient ourselves reliably in space and in time. Removing or substituting the auditory stimuli can dramatically alter one's sense of the environment, even resulting in disorientation. Is the opposite possible? With visual stimuli removed, can auditory inputs induce senses of space and time, creating sonic architectures and environments to inhabit?
Lever, wheel, pulley, inclined plane, wedge, and screw. These are the simple machines.
Feedback, drone, reverb, delay, volume, pan, and random. These are the simple aural machines that can build megalithic sonic monuments.