Interview Request - Voicing Your Sound and Expression
In this case study, a person with limited vocal abilities asks about their condition and how it impacts their quality of life. But is there perhaps more to this question that can be explored?
What does it mean to “voice” your sound, and is your expression, your presence, and your quality of life defined by physical capacity?
Could it be that “sound” is not something that we hear or voice, but something that comes through in many other ways we had not considered, or had taken for granted?
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This interview is part of a series. It is not necessary to have any previous parts to benefit from this recording, but it may make reference to and draw upon previous interviews in this series.