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Nina Brnić

21. 06. 2023.

Sound Re-Garden - a magical concert of singing plants

There was magic at the Sound Re-Garden plant concert in Rojc! In an interesting conversation with the artists M.G.K. and his guest Mr. Plant from the C-bastard collective from Split, the audience learned all about the interesting phenomenon of music performed by plants. The conversation with the artists was moderated by Boris Bjelica Bebetto. The most interesting part of the evenening, though, was listening to the music performed by the plants. The stars of the evening - Lawrence the laurel, Mathilda the basil, and Limo-Limoncello the lemon entertained the audience with a real Mediterranean flair. After the plant concert the party continued with the DJ sets by Mr. Planta from the C-bastard collective from Split and M.G.K.

All living organisms, including planst, emit electrical impulses, that is, they create an energy field that varies in relation to external influences - mood, weather, time of day etc. With this performance, the audience was immersed into the world of plants and listened to the music they created, which was influenced by their presence and the environment of the venue. Singing plants that are connected to EEG signal readers, that convert an electrical impulse into a MIDI signal, become musicians, singers, composers, improvisers and yes, the music of the plant world is magical and relaxing.

This workshop was organized as part of the "Communities go circular" project, which is financed by EU funds,  in the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values program (CERV). Find more information about the "Communities Go Circular" project here: https://www.zelena-istra.hr/en/articles/none-2/901/none/

#CERV #communitiesgocircular #reuse #repair #zerowaste #re-geppetto

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