with Simone Kenyon

All large bunch of pink/cream oyster mushrooms are held in front of someones head, obscuring the face. Dark brown long hair is visible around the edges and the shoulders against a pale pink background.

Myco from Greek mukēs means fungus, denoting a relationship to fungus. Mycology is the scientific study of fungi.

My-co-listening is a sound work/meditation event that invites you to explore collectively and individually ways of relating to fungi. This event will specifically focus on cultivated fruiting bodies (aka mushrooms) and if possible, the wider woodland within our reach. Through deep listening and attending to our own bodily resonances, My-co-listening creates a moment for us to encounter and develop our sense of kinship towards our fungal communities and wider ecologies.

Simone Kenyon is an Arts in Moray (AIM) artist in residence with Dance North and this event is part of Fruiting Bodies, Simone’s current research in development.

Arts in Moray (AIM) is a Culture Collective supported by Creative Scotland and designed to support artists.

Where and When

Sat 27 May, 10am

16+ (guideline)

Meeting Point: Universal Hall Foyer, IV36 3TZ


Pay What You Can but advance booking required