Thursday, August 26, 2010

Sound with Water at Arts in Nature Fest

Last weekend at the Arts in Nature festival I got to be a kid again. The "Sound Cabin" hosted by Amber Kai Morgan and Garrett Kelly of Hollow Earth Radio was a blast! They had hung an underwater microphone in a tank of water, and provided inspiring tools like leaves and shells for making surprising sounds, using the water as part of the instrument. It was really fun!

Now I'm wondering about including realtime sounds of water in the multifaceted installation we're in the early stages of developing in Edmonds, north of Seattle. Join us if you can.

Throughout the day the elegant Cabiri aerial dancers, two pictured here, from the Anunnaki Project, delighted onlookers.

Thank you, Nature Consortium, for a lovely day!