Decoding Nature: Sense Impression and the Biophany

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For this walk, Zorica Kelly Markovich has partnered with Sound Walk September and MSVU Art Gallery bringing to life an augmented, interactive walking experience. In Decoding Nature: Sense Impression and the Biophany, the artist has layered audio recordings from nature to create an immersive sound walk, encouraging deep listening within and without the environment.

Bringing together what is present and absent, nestled within the geographical ecosystems surrounding the Mount Saint Vincent University campus, located on the Bedford Basin in Halifax, Canada.

How to Participate:
This self-guided soundwalk is hosted on the Echoes app. Participants can access Decoding Nature: Sense Impression and the Biophany via QR codes located around MSVU campus during the month of September or can enter the app manually to listen.

The work intends to open minds and hearts to the possibility of interspecies cohabitation in a shared habitat.

Zorica Kelly Markovich

Zorica Kelly Markovich is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice is driven by curiosity. Her process is one that considers networks, memory, and shared collective experience in relation to loss, permanence, presence, and absence, while drawing referenc...

Near Mount Saint Vincent University, Bedford Highway, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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