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Zizia: Sonic Ecology Experience
Amber Wolfe & Jarrod Fowler perform music composed from celestial maps corresponding to location, utilizing field recordings of surrounding habitats. Together they create a unique aural immersion in time and space.
Time & Location
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Epsilon Spires, 190 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301, USA
About the Event
Be a part of this beautiful revolution! Experience sound in a new way while supporting our local biodiversity!
Zizia creates site-specific celestial/terrestrial sound-art experiences with field recordings, nature-objects, and homemade musical instruments.
Musician & Astrologer Amber Wolfe composes scores based upon celestial maps that correspond to the unique time & location of the concert. Entomologist Jarrod Fowler samples local field-recordings and facilitates ecology workshops to enhance habitats surrounding each event.
The monthly occurrence of a New Moon signifies the end of one cycle and the beginning of a new phase. In astrological terms, the New Moon is a conjunction, or meeting, between the Sun and the Moon in the same zodiac sign. Thus, a New Moon is the point in each month when our conscious and unconscious minds are most unified. The New Moon in the fixed earth sign of Taurus inspires us to reaffirm our connections with the vitality of the natural world in springtime.
On Saturday, May 23rd, Zizia will lead a participatory all-ages workshop according to concepts from biodynamics to create wildflower seed-bombs for pollinators. Workshop attendees will gain knowledge of the relations among local astrology and ecology, plus hands-on experience rolling native wildflower seed-bombs for cultivating pollinator-friendly habitats.
Seed-bombs are easy and fun to make with large groups of people, including children. All participants will be able to leave the presentation with a tangible conservation tool to help enhance the environment of their own communities.
Zizia: Sonic Ecology
Music composed from celestial maps corresponding to the time & location of the performance, utilizing field recordings from local habitats.