The aspects that constitute the urban space have an independent character and are related to the input of sensorial data of many types: visual, auditory, olfactory and thermal. The experience in the city is shaped by the combination of these elements, which affect the human being.


Based on the flâneur concept, the audiovisual project consists of making sensory explorations or walks through the center of the city of San José, Costa Rica, where special attention is paid to how the different senses participate in the perception of the urban space. This approach, closely linked to the photographic genre, street photography, allows the camera to be a tool for the perception and recording of the experience in the city.

San José

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