Note for Note: Universality Supreme

The podcast is available for listening on Spotify.

We live in a time of division - of black and white, right and wrong, my opinion and your opinion. We live in a time of separation - of borders and walls, of isolation and lockdown. We live in a time of ambiguity - of visible and invisible - during which the future waits in the states of the unknown. All that can be done is to move forward and bear our brightest torch to shine and discover unlit places. When we finally see that we are all part of this planet, of this cosmos; we will understand that universality is supreme.

Curated and produced by ArunDitha, we present to you Note for Note: Universality Supreme as part of our Poetry with Music series. In this edition, we will be going fully digital, encouraging everyone to immerse yourselves in the melodic Spoken Word pieces in the comfort of your own homes.

Select Date(s) To Add: 2021-01-22 10:03
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Event start date: 2021-02-14 00:00
Event end date: 2021-12-31 01:00
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Dreams, The Last Message and Afterlife: an audio experience

I Want To Go Home tells the story of Mr Yasuo Takamatsu, who lost his wife to the tsunami during the Great East Japan earthquake. Since that fateful day, he has been diving in the sea every week searching for her, and his story is of hope, recovery and loss. Through this audio experience, immerse yourself in the moving story of Mr Takamatsu's love for his wife through his words and thoughts as well as Wesley's profound reflection on his journey uncovering the story.  

Produced and designed by Artwave Studio, the text featured in these recordings are excerpts from the following chapters of I Want To Go Home by Wesley Leon Aroozoo - Dreams, The Last Message and Afterlife.

[EXTENDED: You can still listen to the programme up until 31 December 2021!]


Event venue: Online Audio Experience
Event start date: 2021-01-22 20:48
Event end date: 2021-12-31 20:48
Custom Event Date(s): Now until 31 Dec 2021
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