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Plant Tales presents: Plantasia

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Thu 10 Oct 2019, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Rupert On Rupert, 73 Rupert Street, Collingwood, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General: $38.01
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Join Plant Life Balance and Anatole for an immersive after-hours experience celebrating the wonder of plants, science, light and sound.

Inspired by Mort Garson’s 1976 album Mother Earth’s: Plantasia, described as “warm earth music for plants…and the people who love them,” we invite you to experience a one-off performance by electronic producer, Anatole, set between the foliage-filled walls at Rupert on Rupert in Collingwood.

Sydney based producer, Anatole, formally known as Jonathan Baker was raised amongst the dramatic natural surroundings of the Blue Mountains, just outside of Sydney. He grew up engrossed in his natural environment, isolated from technological luxuries. Long days exploring the boundless bushland imbued him with a deep love for both the grand cinematic scale of big ecosystems and the fine beauty in the minutiae of the smallest organisms and patterns.

Drawing inspiration from his jazz and classical background, combined with electronic soul and dynamic beat-drive production, Anatole will perform his experimental impression of Mother Earth’s: Plantasia accompanied by a moving plant projection.

We will also be joined by nature lover and scientist, Dominique Hes to unfurl the connection between plants, music and the mind and Melbourne’s pioneering plantfluencer, and Plant Life Balance ambassador Jason Chongue from The Plant Society.

Plant-based canapes and drink on arrival will be included with purchase, so tell your fronds quick, tickets are limited!

Tickets include plant-based canapes and beer, champagne or wine on arrival.