Yama-San ShiroOni Residency Onishi, Gunma Prefecture, Japan 2019
Sound samples were collected from the Japanese landscape during an art residency at Shiro Oni. The sound samples were sent back to (Saskatoon counterpart Paul DeHaven) in the U.S. to create an environmental soundscape reflecting place and time. The audience was invited to listen, reflect and write about gratitude in there own life and place it in the alter. During this residency pottery was made using traditional anagama kiln using wood fire method over the course of three days and nights.