Carlo Patrão’s Botanical Rhythms: A Field Guide to Plant Music is a herculean article on Sounding Out! that explores historical and contemporary situations where plants are drawn together with sound and music. It’s a fascinating read and I’m thrilled that Carlo included my Pond Station installation.
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