Plant Songs: Sound Bath in the Celestial Gardens

Plant Songs: Sound Bath in the Celestial Gardens - A whimsical graphic illustration of a green plant leaf and stem.

Dates & times

1 Venue

Exhibition space at The Joinery on Franklin

111 Franklin St, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

G

Age Suitability:

G

Family Friendly:

Yes

Plant Songs: Sound Bath in the Celestial Gardens - A whimsical graphic illustration of a green plant leaf and stem.

About this event

Relax, unwind and be immersed in the presence of the sounds of plants! This unique, live sound bath performance by Sacred Resonance, incorporates the sounds created by plants, as well as relaxing and transformative music in the celestial gardens. 50 min + viewing of art and installation. Herbal tea & coffee provided.

What is a Sound Bath? The use of meditatives sounds to take you on a sound healing journey, to calm your mind, connect your heart and nurture your body. 

In this Sound Bath we allow our 5 plants to be the composers of relaxing music. It works by using slight electrical variations in a plant via two electrodes placed on the leaves. These variations are converted into pitch messages that play musical digital musical instruments.

This is an either outdoor or indoor event. So if the weather is fine this will be an outdoor event. So please bring a warm jacket / throw rug. 

Please bring Yoga Mats, Cushion (Chairs can be provided).

Join us for this music and light filled evening at our new location The Joinery, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide 

For our previous show ICOSA 20 we were the winners of the John Chataway Innovation Award, (Week 4 BankSA Award, Adelaide Fringe 2020). ICOSA20, Directed by Sacred Resonance, SuperNature Productions conjunction with In Search of the Divine.

Presented by:
Sacred Resonance

Sacred Resonance - Darren Curtis & Bradley Pitt

We are based in Adelaide and have been collaborating together for over 20 years.
Sacred Resonance is our music, arts and educational business. Our inspiration comes from
how sound & music can be beneficial to our health and can open us to new
perceptions and experiences. We have done extensive field research in archaeoacoustics; the study of acoustics and
sound in pyramids, caves, temples, sound entrainment and produced 8 music albums.

In the visual arts and events, our work from in the last 10 years includes large & small scale installations in which we create immersive and unique sound environments. We explore everything from data sonification of cosmic rays to the music of the plants.

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