- Audio Art narrative created by Rafael Flores exploring his childhood memory of the famous Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989 in Palo Alto, California. The track was created to express a traumatic recollection and represent the process of memory through sound. This project attempts to utilize eight speakers to conceptualize the layered process of an earthquake memory by slowly adding ambient noises on all sides and amplifying bass frequencies. A secondary audio plot is added to the ambiance that strictly explores Rafael’s memory of his mother attempting to rip his sister out from her baby swing. The mother runs into a field and is subsequently surrounded in chaos. Slowly the audio elements dwindle down to the most memorable sounds of the experience.