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(EM)BODIMENT 

Sound Bath by Sacred Resonance

Join us for 2 shows over two nights Thursday 15 & Friday 16 of November for an immservie sound bath at Auditorium Gallery, Hamra Centre.

  • Thursday, 15 November 2018 from 7:30 PM to 8:45 PM 
  •  Friday, 16 November 2018 from 6:00 PM to 7:15 PM 

Join us as we take you on a improvised sound performance exploring deep meditation & relaxation states.

Using sound frequencies based upon the harmony of nature that that resonate with the body, mind & spirit, experience a live, diverse soundscape interweaving electronic sequences, synthesizer, singing bowls, voice & other instruments delving into an inner journey of harmonic healing vibrations.

Here the composer-musician will be using the latest in mind-heart coherence biofeedback tools directing musical soundscapes.

b.y.o. mat/cushion to sit or lie down.

Please note : no refunds on tickets only transfers 

This Sound Bath is an interactive extension of the (EM)bodiment - Soma sound installation.

(EM)BODIMENT Soma Sound Installation by Sacred Resonance

Body image affects many, regardless of sexuality. (Em)bodiment expresses inner body awareness; each person is a uniquely vibrating musical tune. Experience these harmonics through visionary art & the artist’s own bio-data generated from self-experimentation with bio-feedback technology, composed into a multichannel sound-installation. Sacred geometries (including Fibonacci ratios) inherent within the human body reveal a universal divine androgyny, reflecting the authentic Self…Unity.

Opening Friday 9th November @6:00pm to 9:00pm - FREE 

All other times: Free entry.

see Feast guide for other viewing times. http://www.feast.org.au/events/embodiment/

https://www.stickytickets.com.au/77104
Auditorium Gallery, Hamra Centre

1 Brooker Terrace Cowandilla West Torrens 5033, Australia

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Organiser Information

Darren Curtis
Sacred Resonance
0430837354

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