Be Curious Festival 2017, University of Leeds
What do you think we learn about city markets through
sound and voice alone?
How would you describe the ‘voice’ of the market?
Do you think the market has a unique sound?
What ‘voice’ should stallholders and market visitors be given in order for the cultural value of markets to be recognised?
In this time of political tensions surrounding immigration, do you think city markets are spaces in which multiculturalism and diversity can be celebrated?
A 360° image of the stall and some members of the 'voices' team: