Episode 19: Musical Mycelium
Welcome back, citizen! You've seen fungi, you've likely eaten fungi, but have you heard fungi? In this episode, you'll get to do just that and learn how two artists have discovered how to collaborate with our nonhuman friends. Trust me, it's mind-blowing. My guests this time are: Tosca Teran and Andrei Gravelle of Nanotopia. If you want to learn more about this episode's topics, here are some links: Aquarian Hydrophone Energy Bending Lab Humus Sapiens MIDI Sprout Monophonic Moss Piglet Tosca Teran was recently awarded a bio art residency at the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto which runs through the summer. If you're in Toronto, you can check out Nanopod's workshops. Thank you to Tosca Teran and Andrei Gravelle for sharing their incredible music with us and to patron William Denton for suggesting this episode. You can access a transcript of this episode coming soon. Please check out my sponsor, Lichen Landscapes, for unique cards and prints and don't forget to enter promo code "FUNGITOWN" to get a 10% discount on your order. If you're enjoying the show so far, please consider becoming a patron. Just click the green "become a Patron" button on your screen (upper right corner) or go here. $1 level gets you access to bonus mini episodes + a Fungi Town vinyl sticker $5 level gets you all of the above + a "Follow Me to Fungi Town" bumper sticker $10 level gets you all of the above + your choice of any of three beautiful mushroom prints by Athens artist Maggie Baxter. If you've already become a patron and want to bump up a level for the new rewards, it's easy! Fungi Town is written, directed and produced by Jen Parrilli and hosted on Podbean. Theme music is by the awesome Athens, GA band Shehehe. You can find Fungi Town on Facebook. Twitter, and Instagram: @fungitownpodor email at fungitownpod[at]gmail[dot]com. Check out the new YouTube channel! Once the channel hits 100 subscribers, I'll be doing a fantastic fungi giveaway!
Duration: 44 min