Soundroots (2014) is a sound art trail with several installations on the secret sounds of plants.
With Soundlings. Supported by Gaudeamus.

For the Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2014, Soundlings created a sound art trail with a narrative on the secret sounds of plants. It took the audience on a poetic journey through the botanical gardens of Utrecht, while telling a story and inviting people to listen. Consisting of a short talk, a trail of almost thirty sound installations and a spatial composition in the old Botanical Gardens of Utrecht, the collective plays with what’s real and what’s not. By doing this, they’re balancing between actual theory of biology and technology, and poetics and mythology, making for a trail that leaves the visitor wondering.