“During the summer of 2010, I felt I had to do more to help raise awareness of our interconnection and our ecological responsibility.
Following a recurring dream of lying motionless on the ice at the top of the world, while a great blue whale waited below, I traveled to the North Pole to listen, sing and offer healing, to help raise awareness of the melting polar ice.
When I arrived in Canada’s most northern village, two Inuit elders greeted me, saying they had known I was coming – the whale had told them. In that moment, it was clear that I was playing my part in something vast and purposeful beyond my understanding. We are all interconnected. Nature’s intelligence works through us when we are willing to listen.
Natamba, who is in continuous communication with the intelligence of Nature, was the vehicle for my songs at the North Pole. When her headdress was lost in transit to the Arctic, I designed a new headdress from reclaimed materials at the Inns North in Resolute Bay, with some gold lycra scraps I happened to have with me.”
- World War II flight suit (upcycled)
- Faux fur
- Margarine and mayonnaise container lids (upcycled)
- Ethernet cable (upcycled)