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Ka mua Ka muri : A Weekend of Art and Innovation with Radice Soil Solution




In a world where art meets science, Radice Soil Solution proudly partnered with Toi Aria, the center for social impact design at Massey University, to embark on an innovative initiative: "Ka Mua Ka Mauri." This groundbreaking project brought together an eclectic group of creative minds from across New Zealand, converging in our region to lend their expertise and passion to local climate resilience projects.

At the heart of this initiative was Silent Synbiosis—a captivating fusion of art, design, and storytelling, all centered around the intricate world of soil, Silent Synbiosis was a journey into the depths of the earth, inviting visitors to explore the wonders of soil in a whole new light.

From the moment visitors stepped into the underground realm of Silent Synbiosis, they were transported into a world of wonder and discovery. Illuminated by a mesmerizing blend of light and shade, the space came alive with the sights and sounds of the soil—microbial communities dancing in the darkness, roots reaching out in search of sustenance, and the quiet hum of life pulsating beneath our feet.



Created during the weekend by Radice Soil Solution and the talented digital design artist, Hanna Breurkes, "Silent Synbiosis" was just one of the many art pieces showcased on Sunday a testament to the power of creativity and collaboration in addressing complex environmental challenges.

Central to the experience were the high-definition microscopy images, capturing the intricate beauty of the soil microbiome in stunning detail. These images, combined with the simplicity of design and complexity of storytelling, created a truly immersive experience that left a lasting impression on all who were fortunate enough to visit.

As the weekend drew to a close, and the last visitors bid farewell to Silent Synbiosis, we couldn't help but feel a sense of pride and accomplishment. This initiative was more than just an art installation—it was a celebration of the symbiotic relationship between art and science, creativity and innovation, and above all, the boundless potential of collaboration.

And as we look to the future, we do so with excitement and anticipation, knowing that projects like Silent Synbiosis are just the beginning of what's possible when we come together to explore, innovate, and create a better world for future generations.




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