Nightingale Floor takes its name from the floors found in ancient Japanese Castles. These floors creak and sing when you walk on them and this keeps intruders out. In the same way we are called to be the “new nightingales” that signal danger to our fragile ecology.
Nightingale Floor is an arts project used to raise awareness about unsustainable palm oil. The 20 minute piece for string orchestra and 2 stunningly produced video clips are available to donate and download on the website http://www.nightingalefloor.com.au/. All funds go straight to the Orangutan Landtrust. The piece is also a charitable registration with Apra so any royalties form airplay also go to the Orangutan Landtrust. Over 100 people gave their talent and time to the project.