Software Garden is a music video album which asks how we meet and create connection from both behind and beyond our screens.
Friday 1st November 11:00 am — Saturday 30th November 6:00 pm
The Madlove Take Over Space, Unit 2, The Hardshaw Centre, St Helens, WA10 1EB
Nurtured over two years of collaboration, workshops, and live concerts, Software Garden is a music video album which asks how we meet and create connection from both behind and beyond our screens. The piece is narrated by poet and disability advocate Carol R. Kallend, who questions if it is possible to create spaces that unite the human, ecological and technological with basic principles of empathy, care and kindness.
With special thanks to Carol R. Kallend (Poetry), Robyn Haddon (Singer and Co-writer), Casper-Malte Augusta (Dancer, Choreographer and Movement Facilitator), Daisy Rodrigues (Singer and Rapper).
Image Credit: Andriesse-Eyck Galerie