Human nature has always sat uneasily within the cycle of the natural world: growth, loss, regeneration and extinction. Yet how we swagger; confident, sheathed in indestructible plastic, offering up the inevitable rituals of a city, heedless of forests losing the shape of their lungs just beyond our vision.
We consume, produce what cannot decompose and drive heedless towards the precipice.
Featuring poetry by Marc Nair, music by [.gif] and visuals by Wu Jun Han, Green is the Colour of my Heart is a multi-disciplinary performance that is the result of months of brainstorming, jamming and composing across a range of genres. At its heart, the show considers our relationship with nature against the spectre of the breaking world, from imagining what it would be like to live on a plasticpelago to an ode to gymnasium babies.