Blooming creatures explores how various living creatures interact with their surrounding environment, thorough dance. Each creature develops a unique interaction with its surrounding habitat depending on its requirements, be it nutrition, oxygen or for the mere form of survival. We explore how animals and plants interact, in some cases making them interdependent for nutrition, respiration, or reproduction. We present the organised body of knowledge that deals with the relationships between living organisms and their environments. The realm of ecology involves a systematic analysis of plant-animal interactions through the considerations of nutrient flow in food chains and webs, exchanging important gases like oxygen and carbon dioxide between plants and animals, and strategies of mutual survival through the processes of pollination and seed dispersal. All this is explored through dance and explored, by the students, in a very interesting hands on workshop at Esplora.
Part of Culture Pass Initiative 2017-2018. Performances showing at Esplora every Wednesday at 9.00 or 11.00.
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