Facts, myths and imagination can help us to partially sense and appreciate the existence of ancient places and events.
In Xaliman's 'Trees on Water' a dancer and musicians sensitively respond to the changing light, shadow and swirling motion of suspended arbutus branch sculptures while envisioning the timeless depth of an imagined ancient turbulent past.
Arbutus branch sculptures by British Columbia artist Stanley Thomson put to a Melodic Energy Commission music track from their 2013 album 'Wave Packet'
Navaro Franco played Mbira and percussion to accompany her dance performance
Randy Raine-Reusch supplied flutes while Don Xaliman sounded on electric guitar and bass.
Xaliman produced the music and video.

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