Migration and connection through time. A WISN production.
Archaeoacoustics is the study of how sound and vibration is an intrinsic element of natural and built environments. Since sound and vibration have the power to modify, entrain and transform human consciousness, WISN supports original archaeoacoustic research as an aspect of indigenous science.
Under threat of poaching, habitat loss and fragmentation, jaguar populations are increasingly at risk. In Acre, Brazil, the Yawanawa have committed to protecting their central sacred species.
The video documents an historic, five-day gathering of Western scientists and indigenous cultural practitioners in Kyrgyzstan, merging Western and indigenous approaches to scientific knowledge.