Charlotte Parallel

Title: When do the trees sleep?
Year: 2017 Singapore
Length: 02:35
Credits: Asia New Zealand residency at A.I.R: Instinc Gallery Singapore. Videographer: Chin Wan Xuan

When do the trees sleep? is a poetic question that seeks to draw attention to the energetic forces that intersect within the streets of Singapore. When do the trees sleep? sound walk was part of a telematic performance with Jon He, held at INSTINC Gallery, 24th of March at 8pm. Singapore. Charlotte Parallel uses a DIY light-to-sound transducer/solar panel to amplifier, to play the ‘lumen noise’ as electrical networks in the block around Instinc Gallery.

Charlotte Parallel is a New Zealand artist based in Koputai Port Chalmers working in the fields of sculpture, sound, performance, collaboration and site responsive projects. Parallel completed her MFA at Otago School of Art Dunedin in 2016. She has exhibited throughout New Zealand and internationally since 2010.

Instagram: @charlotteparallel

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