Urban farming is an increasingly important part of sustaining our future and taking control of what and how we eat. It is getting more and more difficult, especially in urban environments to obtain real fresh organic food.
To motivate ourselves to carry through with this, it would be interesting to take part in the ongoing experiment about how and what specific music can help your plants grow. Maybe a new kind of music will be discovered and developed that directly links to the growth of urban gardens.
Peaches asks: What sounds will you create or play to help your urban farm grow?
Laurie Kang answers: The works I created in response to Peaches’ question deal with colour and abstraction.
Every colour omits a different sound frequency; I imagined transforming colour wavelengths, frequencies and vibrations into different sounds, and using these sounds as a new form of fertilization.