Gallery: Embroidered Birds for the Eye and Ear

4 embroidery panels showing birds and representations of the sounds they make
Clockwise from best left: 3-wattled Bellbird, Sandhill Crane, Nocturnal Curassow, Musician Wren. Embroidery through Ana Luiza Catalano.

Brazilian sound recordist Ana Luiza Catalano has archived just about 300 audio recordings of birds within the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Macaulay Library, due to coaching she won from taking the Cornell Lab’s Sound Recording Workshop two times.

Catalano earned her PhD researching birdsong, and she or he conducts acoustic tracking of chicken populations within the Amazonian wooded area. All over the pandemic she took up needlework, and determined to include the wonderful thing about what she hears through ear into the artwork she creates for the attention—together with a snippet of spectrogram on her embroidered birds.

Listen what every of the birds feels like:

Observe Catalano’s artwork on Instagram at @bordandoespecies.

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Eric Adjei

I love animals and am glad to share fun facts and stories about our four-legged and feathery friends, etc. I also try to teach people how to take good care of their pets, to create the best environment for them in the family.

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