Flowerphone. Carmen Chan playing the Flowerphone; a rainbow tuned botanical xylophone developed by Kelp D and played by Carmen Chan. Deluge and electronic tabla soundtrack by Dylan Martorell and live ikebana and chemistry by Lichen Kelp. This performance was curated by Dylan Martorell as part of a psychedelic musical picnic for the exhibition The Score at Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne University. October 2017. Images by Keelan O'Hehir and Lichen Kelp.
Dusty admiring the frozen corpse flower with jasmine placed strategically to disguise the pungent aroma. The corpse flower was acquired courtesy of the System Gardens gardener. For Part 2 of Kelp D's performance the oversized block of ice was drilled in to by Lichen Kelp and children were given liquid colours to pour into the ice and then further ingredients added to make it bubble and foam. Harmonium soundtrack by Dylan Martorell.