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Dwelling: Engaging our Senses and Sense of Place through Art & Science

Sarah Peebles discusses her "Dwelling" series nest sites for native bees and related work-in-progress.

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Dwelling: Engaging our Senses and Sense of Place through Art & Science
Dwelling: Engaging our Senses and Sense of Place through Art & Science

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Feb 20, 2022, 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. PST

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About the Event

Sarah Peebles is a Toronto-based composer, improviser and installation artist. Her umbrella of projects,  “Resonating Bodies”, addresses native bees, pollination ecology and biodiversity. Created in 2008,  RB projects  include collaborations with a range of artists, technicians and bee  biologists and highlight outdoor habitat installations and "video-poems" among other works. Peebles'activities as a sound artist and composer include collaborations with musicians, visual artists and data visualizers, involving  improvised performance, music for dance, multi-channel sound, radio, video/film, performance art, integrated media, sound installation & earth works.  Details at http://www.sarahpeebles.net/and https://resonatingbodies.wordpress.com/.

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