NOISE AQUARIUM Online Meditation: Oxygen for South Asia

COVID-19 has made breathing a struggle across the planet. This meditation turns our minds to nature’s oxygen powerhouse.

80% of our oxygen is produced by plankton.

Victoria Vesna (New York) and Siddharth Ramakrishnan (Seattle) are joined by Anna Nacher (Slovakia), Rhiannon Catalyst (New York), John Brumley (Brighton, UK), and Ivana Dama and Clinton van Arman (Los Angeles) who will create a live binaural sonic layering on the animations of plankton by Martina Fröschl.

About the Online Meditation

This collective / distributed meditation is an online version of Noise Aquarium, which evolved during the pandemic and was first presented by the Laznia gallery in Gdansk, Poland. We are all interconnected and we all need air to breathe – no matter what our philosophical/ political stance.The invisible virus has turned our world upside down and we turn our attention to the micro-creatures that give us life. The Noise Aquarium installation is all about achieving inner balance in order to commune with plankton. Now that we cannot be there in body, we try to do the same by connecting online.

We invite participation from all across the world to breathe together in rhythm, as we listen and dive into the interconnected ecology of the collective mind and share frequencies of healing amidst all the noise.