SEASONS in Blak Box

SEASONS in Blak Box is a multi-part sound work that explores the integral role of plants in the Kulin seasonal calendar. Through the time-honoured practice of deep listening, SEASONS invites audiences to experience climatic and seasonal variation, less as a weather event and more as a cultural phenomenon. Presented in Blak Box, an award-winning sound pavilion designed by renowned architect Kevin O’Brien, SEASONS is curated by highly respected Aboriginal broadcaster and radio journalist Daniel Browning.

Presented by Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria.

SEASONS is a work that is well suited to people who are blind or vision impaired as it is a listening experience in which the audience can experience music, spoken word and song from First Nations artists.

Please note:

  • This event is wheelchair accessible
  • Accessible for those with limited mobility
  • Public transport nearby
  • Accessible for those with limited eyesight

To find out more, and purchase tickets visit the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria website here.

Proudly supported by the Australia Council for the Arts and City of Melbourne. Presented as part of Melbourne Design Week 2020, an initiative of the Victorian Government in collaboration with the NGV.