This project was for RISD Foundations Design class, the assignment was to create a "Visual Map" of sound. I chose to visually portray a mash of sounds within various locations in downtown Providence. The process began with sound recordings from three different times of day and three different locations: Kennedy Plaza, Thayer street, and the Canal. I then imported the sound clips into the Audacity audio program and dissected the sound layers, and created three categories of sound: Environmental, Conversational, and Traffic noise. I painted the sound waves of these different noises onto sheets of acetate to directly depict the audio frequency waves. The three acetate sheets on each piece represent the three different categories of sound. The three different color waves on each sheet are the different sounds at different times of day. Each piece is a different location, and the height of each piece relates to the highest recorded frequency at the location. Materials include acetate, acrylic, and plastic dowels.