Voices, hearts and hands – how the powerful sounds of protest have changed over time
Protest has, by default, always been aligned with sound.
It is an action concerned with the amplification of a message – wanting to make sure it is heard.
Voices, hands and feet can unite in a pulsing wave of sound to create an infectious and repeatable rhythm. Coordinated with physical movement and dance, to create an even more intensely unified sense of communal will.