– Thursday 18 November: 4-8pm
– Friday 19 November: 10am-6pm
– Saturday 20 November: 11am-5pm
– Sunday 21 November 21: 11am-5pm
Data travels from plant to machine, affecting an ambient soundscape which surrounds the listener and evolves with its source. Frequencies grow and die, their vibrations felt through each leaf. You are invited to stay as long as you would like in this green space and follow any channels of interest presented.
What effect do our actions have on the space around us? Investigating the echoes of our presence on both macro and micro scales, sounds of ritual combine with field recordings to present a symbiotic relationship between nature and technology, whilst drawing parallels between the two.
To access: follow signs for the Hunterian Museum – the installation is in the room with the staircase leading up to the museum.