What vibrations and frequencies do we encounter when crossing the city? From whom or what do they emanate and what do they tell us about the coexistence of different species, living beings and apparatuses? How can we (re)sensitise ourselves to the perception of the city as a shared living space by listening to it? In the city walk with the artists Emre Abut and Xaver Hirsch, we will practise listening to our surroundings, focusing on sounds, partly through technical amplification with sensitive microphones, and deal with the resulting effect. The two are concerned with the question of the extent to which in the Anthropocene not only humans have changed their environment, but also themselves and their perception.