This research-creation project by Ayelen Liberona and Natasha Myers was premiered at the Gladstone Hotel’s  2016 Grow Op and will be featured as an immersive, synesthetic installation at the Great Hall May 28, 2017 as part of a performance event hosted by the Canadian Association of Theatre Research and Music in the Barns.

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Visit Becoming Sensor to tune into this “ungrid-able ecology” of kinesthetic images and sounds.

Read a draft of a new essay that builds on this collaboration and explores ways to decolonize perceptions of nature and ecological restoration projects: Becoming Sensor in Sentient Worlds: A More-than-natural History of a Black Oak Savannah

In addition to these events we are leading a series of walks through one of Toronto’s most magical remnant oak savannahs. These multi-sensory tours offers a glimpse into the deep-time of a remarkable ecology that is both in-the-making and coming undone. Guided visualizations, deep listening and close observations vegetalize participants’ sensoria, tuning them in to the savannah’s ongoing transformations in a rapidly changing world. Email natasha.myers@gmail.com for information about upcoming walks and workshops.