The Sonification Archive is an initiative of Center for Design at Northeastern University in collaboration with the Critical Alarms Lab of TU Delft.
The archive is curated by Sara Lenzi Critical Alarms Lab, TU Delft and Paolo Ciuccarelli Center for Design, Northeastern University with the assistance of Nicole Zizzi from the Center for Design, Yuan Hua from Northeastern University MFA in Information Design, and Houjiang Liu from University of Texas at Austin PhD in Information Studies.
We're currently investigating the relationship between design and sonification, here are some preliminary results:
Lenzi S, Ciuccarelli P. Intentionality and design in the data sonification of social issues.
Big Data & Society. July 2020. doi:10.1177/2053951720944603
Lenzi S, Terenghi G, Taormina R, Ciuccarelli P, Disclosing Cyber Attacks on Water Distribution Systems. An Experimental Approach to the Sonification of Threats and Anomalous Data. in International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD) 2019At: Northumbria University, England , UKVolume: Proceedings. DOI:10.21785/icad2019.044
Lenzi S, Terenghi G, Moreno Ferdnadez-de-Leceta, A, A design-driven sonification process for supporting expert users in real-time anomaly detection: Towards applied guidelines. Endorsed Transaction on Creative Technology: 7(23). Special Issue on Sound, Image and Interactivity. April 2020. doi:10.4108/eai.13-7-2018.163994