Biodukt is a kaleidoscopic symphony of forest birds, dawn choruses, picturesque fields, smell of meadows and beech forests. A sound palette in perfect balance, a vivid portrait of flora, water and fauna – from fascinating birdsongs and croaking frogs to insect chirping, it’s a real listening experience.
The best sort of nature album, one that sits back and lets the local inhabitants strut their stuff. Biodukt distills the rhythms of a day down to a single hour, and provides a respite from worry and work.
The idea of a Biodukt is one in which the rings of a tree serve a function akin to the marrow of our bones – to connect, to draw out a cartography of our inner networks as they tune in on our surroundings.