FMF installationsFriday 14th September 2018
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InternalgardenFriday 14th September 2018
Come and listen to plants sing and feel their vibrational energy in your body.
Experience Sound / physical vibration and plants as never before in this pioneering research work.
“internal garden” is a active research project carried out by UK sound artist Justin Wiggan.
Working with the Italian company Music of The Plants device Mu1 , Justin explores the signals registered from various plants biometric data. By deciphering and registering the impulses and interactions of plants with a device that uses a MIDI interface to transform the impedance from a leaf to the root system of a plant into music, this device Which gives voice to plant perception .
In this intimate bookable performance, the experiment will send the plants signal from the device into your body, as an immersive physical dimensional field.
This is achieved by connection the MU1 to a Subpac . A SUBPAC is a wearable technology that pulses sound through the body mass by three layers of immersion by haptics vibrations on surface on skin , proprioceptive registration of changes in force and pressure and bone conduction.
Plant and person become one and you will experience a new perception of delicate inter species languages which will have positive impact on your health and awareness about the consciousness of nature.
The first research experiments were carried out in Cornwall at the Fish Factory Art’s Space for a few handful of people to experience the soinicfication and vibrational energy of plants.
The reactions were so powerful Justin is writing application for the use of the technology to be used in places which nature cannot be accessed so easily (prisons etc) to facilitate memory health about green spaces.
“Internal garden” will be live at :
Lunar festival , a music and arts Festival Warwickshire UK 27-29 th July.
Future Music Forum Barcelona 12-14 the September.
Eden Project ESRC Festival of Social Science UK 3rd Nov
You will never see plant life in the same way again.