A New Leaf: Soundscape of the Plant Kingdom Returns for Fringe
Posted on: Mon 8 Mar 2021
“There is this hidden soundscape, hidden frequencies in nature that are audible and we can use those sounds of course, in composition as well.”Darren Curtis
The ethereal sounds of plant music return as part of this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival. Presented by Sacred Resonance co-directors Darren Curtis and Bradley Pitt, Plant Songs Sound Bath in the Celestial Gardens delves into the esoteric and other worldly exploring the soundscape of the plant kingdom and meditative percussions of transformative music.
This immersive plant music is also set to feature in Plant Songs Art Installation and Exhibition a collaboration between Sacred Resonance, In Search of the Divine and Project SuperNature. This unique showcase will explore the secret dimensions of the plant kingdom and the mystical through an expansive indoor and outdoor multimedia installation.
Sacred Resonance’s Darren Curtis and Bradley Pitt and In Search of the Divine’s Jessica Curtis speaks with Festival City’s Emma Wotzke all about the intriguing world of plant music and the inspirations behind their plant music-focused Fringe shows.
Plant Songs Sound Bath in the Celestial Gardens is a priced event and runs 13- 14 March and 19-20 March
Plant Songs Art Installation and Exhibition is a free event running 12-14 March and 18-21 March.
Image provided by Sacred Resonance
Produced by Emma Wotzke