Poppykalas Design Studio, August 2020

Installation by Poppykalas 
Video by Teresa C. Freitas 

The sound piece for Floral Bath is created with inspiration from the Japanese phenomenon “Shinrin-yoku”, which means “forest bathing”. It is a therapy that was developed in Japan during the 1980s, becoming a cornerstone of preventive health care and healing in Japanese medicine.
It is a musical ritual that takes the listener to an almost meditative state, scanning the body and calming the mind. 
The sound piece is written for two voices and a violin (played by Kirstine Schneider) 

‘Nurtured in the dark
Flourished in the light
In this space
The echoes of the day
Are articulated and erased’

Supported by DMF København