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Kristen Roos

Lower Bay Station, Toronto’s ghost station, is used as a vessel to contain sounds that are within and below the threshold of human hearing – infrasound and tactile sound – where sound is felt rather than heard. Low frequencies created by cars and subways are contributors to the cacophony of infrasonic noise that exists deep below the rumbling of the city. These tactile sounds have also been associated with paranormal activity and ghost sightings.
Supported by: Bloor-Yorkville

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The Ghost Station, 2007
Sound installation

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A9 Lower Bay TTC Station: Installation
entrance at Cumberland St. & Bellair St.




Toronto Culture / Soctiabank