Music For Your Plants

Music For Your Plants is an ongoing sound-art project by Norman Orro. Active since 2010 the project has manifested in concept albums, installations, visual essays and collaborations with international artists. Notable collaborations include a soundtrack for the China Pavilion in the 56th Venice Biennale, an audiovisual web-installation with DISmagazine, a solo-show in Konstanet gallery and a visual essay for the online platform Ofluxo. With roots in World Music the project has grown into a distinct venture in sonic globalism. MFYP performs associative research into digital cartographies of post-­colonialism and the Exotics, using non-human agents as a mode of communication. In the works of MFYP there is an ominous but pleasing tone to the interplay of semantic and atmospheric sounds — the human voice spoken by a machine becomes a birdcall for the rocks.