Liquid Architecture presents ‘Tree-Telling’
Mon 18 Jan 2016 – Sun 24 Jan 2016, 10.00am–4.00pm
Artist Caitlin Franzmann’s Tree-Telling sound installation expands her ‘Magical Thinking’ project—an ongoing series of works that use hand-crafted divination cards as the trigger for experimental one-on-one encounters between the artist and individual participants. Caitlin has created six new cards and six new sonic compositions, each corresponding to a tree in the Queen Victoria Gardens surrounding MPavilion: Canary Island Palm, River Red Gum, London Plane, Algerian Oak, Jacaranda and Atlas Cedar. Chancing a card from the deck, you’ll embark on a shared walk from MPavilion to your chosen tree and back again, listening, talking and reflecting as you go.
Meet Caitlin at the times below, or pick up an iPod from MPavilion staff anytime between 10am and 4pm to walk and tree-talk on your own.
Monday 18 January—12–3pm
Tuesday 19 January—12–3pm
Wednesday 20 January—12–3pm
Thursday 21 January—10am–1pm
Friday 22 January—10am–1pm
Saturday 23 January—10am–1pm
Sunday 24 January—12–3pm
This work is part of the Liquid Architecture investigation ‘Eco-sonics’: auditory cultures approached in ecological terms.