Biophilia, interspecies recombinant audio-video installation, or performance 2017-18
In collaboration with Simon Lysander Overstall
and birds, insects, plants and trees in a forest.

video above is a 03:25min excerpt from the installation.

Biophilia is an immersive audio video installation that recreates an experience of being in a coastal old growth forest, using recordings made by the artists in Fillongley Provincial Park on Denman Island, BC. The project runs from a computational generative system modeled on the biophony and daily rhythms of the real-world location. Biophilia is a form of ecological aesthetics, weaving the expression of forest creatures with the creative responses of the artists.

Biophilia, the performance, invites participating musicians to respond to the live sound- and video- scape.

exhibitions and performances:

2018, Jan 25. performance, “Time, Light + Sound Series”, Emily Carr University, Vancouver. Performed with musicians DB Boyko and the VOICE OVER mind Choir.

2017, November 2-8. installation, The Western Front, curated by DB Boyko as part of the International Society of Contemporary Music, World New Music Days, Vancouver.

associated review:

Alexander Varty, “Julie Andreyev and Simon Lysander Overstall’s Biophilia.” Musicworks Magazine, Visions of Sound. Nov 9, 2017.’s-biophilia