Collaborative CJLO/Library exhibit of an audio artwork, "On Interdependence"
“On Interdependence” is a five part audio artwork that uses history, stories, sounds, and music to explore different perspectives and examine the threats posed by the climate crisis in Montreal. Created to be both educational and emotionally impactful, “On Interdependence” considers the changes happening in familiar places and spaces, while demonstrating the urgent need to work toward solutions.
“On Interdependence” emphasizes just how much our actions and behaviours affect the lived environments and the experiences of people, plants, animals, and all our planet’s natural systems. The project signals the imminent need to care for our surroundings and each other and the imminent need for an understanding of interdependence. Come join us on Thursday April 28th from 10:00AM to 4:00PM for the premiere installation of "On Interdependence," an immersive audio storytelling experience in which listeners are invited to reflect and meditate on the impact of our changing world.
A project from CJLO 1690AM, with funding from the Community Radio Fund of Canada
Created, written and narrated by naakita feldman-kiss
Production assistance and sound design by Adam Mbowe
- Thursday, April 28, 2022
- 10:00am - 4:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Webster Library
- Sir George Williams