Music For Natural History with Tina Pearson and Paul Walde
Part tragic love song for the wilderness, part performative sound art, Music for Natural History was a live performance that gave voice to the taxidermied birds and mammals, human-made trees and painted landscapes that form the exhibitions in the Natural History Gallery of the Royal BC Museum. Through careful cataloging, research and transcription, composers and sound artists Tina Pearson and Paul Walde translated sounds of the flora and fauna seen in the dioramas into two naturalistic sound scores that invited performers and audiences an entry to forgotten ways of listening and sounding.
For this session, join Tina Pearson and Paul Walde as they discuss the process of creating this important project, as well as show images and videos that brings everyone along for the musical ride.
RBCM @ Home (Summer) is hosted by Chris O'Connor.
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If you are not able to access through Zoom, we will also be streaming on Facebook Live. Please visit the Royal BC Museum Facebook page.
Check out our other RBCM@Home (Summer) programming as well. On Tuesdays at noon, join us on Instagram Live for in gallery conversations about favourite locations within the museum. And on Fridays at 11am, join us on Zoom or Facebook Live for activities geared particularly for kids.