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Centre for Intercultural Musicology at Churchill College, Churchill College, Storey's Way, CB3 ODS

NATURE MINDS! explores the interdisciplinary interjections of nature, health and wellbeing through four exciting audiovisual creations, (i) 'Bespoke Music & Poetic Imagery' (Valerie Ross, Abid Amir) (ii) 'A Song of Silent Wonders' (Rebekah King, Lily Blundell) (iii) ‘Reaching the Kármán Line’ (Eldad Tsabary) (iv) 'Kaleidoscope of Rainforest Conservation' (Chacko Vadaketh, Weijun, Valerie Ross) About the Works (i) Evokes Positive Visualisation via the mindscape of auditory, visual and transpersonal representations of experience and imagination in the return to health and wellness though Bespoke Music and Poetic Imagery. (ii) Environmental significance of deep-sea mining and raises awareness of the fascinating wildlife in one of the last pristine places on earth, this audio play is inspired by scientific drawings of monster-like deep sea fish by Else Bostelmann. (iii) Concordia Laptop Orchestra takes flight in a collective networked creation, exploring celestial sounds that reach out to the edges of the atmosphere, into the silence of space, eventually descending to earth. (iv) Conservation initiatives in Malaysia's ancient rainforests undertaken by RIMAU (Malayan Tigers), GAIA (Hornbills), Project Monyet (Primates) and TRCRC (Flora). Curated by Centre of Intercultural Musicology at Churchill College, Cambridge Prof Valerie Ross, Director

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Curated by the Centre for Intercultural Musicology at Churchill College, Cambridge Prof Valerie Ross Director

Additional Information

Age: All Ages
Format: Film, Music, Performance
Timing: Available on Demand
Cost: Free
Event Capacity: No limit (virtual format)
Theme: Environment, Health
Accessibility: Full access

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