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Head, Hand and Heart

1 Vestal St, Nantucket, MA, USA
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Head, Hand and Heart: A Geo-Locative Sound Walk is a playful, time-traveling audio walk that invites us to rediscover our true nature and a fresh re-membering as we re-connect Head, Hand and Heart to the unheard voices of land and culture.

With the help of a hybrid robot named AWMI-M3-4170, local soundscapes, and insights from Oika founder Dr. Rich Blundell and Wampanoag artist Robert Peters, the experience reimagines the stories of Nantucket’s Native voices and enchantments.

The walk begins at Maria’s birthplace (1 Vestal St.) and moves through town, to the Wampanoag Stomp Grounds, ocean, and culminates at the Maria Mitchell Gallery at 33 Washington St. Nantucket.


Curious Lightning created, produced, and performed "Head, Hand and Heart" with special guests Dr. Rich Blundell and Wampanoag Artist Robert Peters with support from Oika and The Maria Mitchell Association.
Curious Lightning is Cinema Wood and Dakota Clearwater La Croix.
Hosted by: Curious Lightning

APA style reference

LaCroix, D., & Lightning, C. (2023). Head, Hand and Heart. walk · listen · create.
Dakota LaCroix

Dakota LaCroix

Curiously exploring the spirited stories of place and beyond... (United States) 
Curious Lightning

Curious Lightning

story wayfinding-guided by ancient wisdom and modern insight 

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Repeatedly going over the same terrain, generally backwards and forwards, although there is no reason why it can’t be circular. Whether done in- or outdoors it is usually restricted to a small area. Can be done at any time of the day or night. Eg when trying to get or keep a newborn to sleep.

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