** Edition of 200 ** Brianne Curran is an improvising violinist from Sydney (Guringai Country, Australia), and is currently based in Berlin. She was leader of the world/jazz quintet Takadimi and has worked in groups such as the Splinter Orchestra and the Krakow Improvisers Orchestra, as well as in numerous projects with saxophonist/clarinetist Luc Houtkamp. Of major interest in her approach to music making is the relationship between artist, environment, and audience. Between 2004 and 2007, while living in Canberra, she regularly visited a place called Canyonleigh in Gundungurra Country, staying out in the bush, often in isolation, exploring ways to express and connect with the surrounding landscape and space through music. On the last day before moving to Berlin in 2015, she decided to visit Canyonleigh one last time, hung a recorder in a Eucalyptus tree, and made these recordings. Full-color sleeve with insert, with photos from Canyonleigh and liner notes; edition of 200.