Nature remixed: Where are the borders of our paradise?

Date: 14 Jan 2022

Venue: Various locations across Singapore Botanic Gardens / Online

Tickets: Admission is free

Synopsis:
A sonic project by Sistrum (Ramesh Krishnan, Lim Shu Min and Laura Miotto), Nature remixed: Where are the borders of our paradise? experiments using voices, space, text, and soundscapes to reveal threads that tie us to the plants of Singapore Botanic Gardens.

How does the Gardens sound at different hours of the day? Conceived as a ‘botanic dub’, this sonic project samples and layers site-specific conversations and atmospheres, while using a polyvocal approach to trace and imagine our relationship with nature.

While the sonic project can be accessed online here, audiences are encouraged to visit the Singapore Botanic Gardens for a richer experience.

About the collective:
Sistrum is an interdisciplinary collective composed of sound designer Ramesh Krishnan, architect Laura Miotto and graphic designer Lim Shu Min. They established a union after numerous creative collaborations which involved installations, exhibitions and digital platforms enquiring on the narrative quality of sound and environment.
 

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