Nadine Casanova (Kalibri) is among the 222 artists selected by Space Blue for the first Lunaprise Art Museum Archive on the moon, showcasing her expansive collection of music and multimedia art. As the moon's inaugural sound healer, she boasts the largest music repertoire of any musician.
She’s also honored as the first composer with 3 songs on a motion picture soundtrack ( The 9th Raider ), making history as the first feature film on the moon.
This historic mission lead by NASA and launched by SpaceX Falcon 9 carried and landed on the moon, a collection of art, film, NFTs, and music representing culture from around the world to last the next billion years.
“Art and music opens hearts, impacting real change”
- Nadine Casanova (Kalibri)
Nadine Casanova, known in music as Kalibri, is a multimedia artist, activist, entrepreneur, and professional pollinator. Her purposeful journey began 16 years ago on an indigenous movement, “The Longest Walk”, sparking her advocacy for Mother Earth and commitment to catalyzing global transformation. She has consistently focused on cause driven projects, utilizing music, art and business ventures to impact real change.
In 2018, she founded AWA Oasia, an arts-centric cultural community hub in the heart of Los Angeles’ Arts District. Over 3.5 years, AWA hosted 200+ events for renowned clients, and supported local causes, particularly sustainability, arts and education. In 2022, Nadine pivoted into full focus on her music and impact-driven creative projects. Her body of artwork (14 years in the making), mirroring her commitment to activism and indigenous initiatives, was selected for a historic NASA mission, earning her a place amongst 222 artists chosen worldwide to contribute to a Lunaprise Museum and Archive that landed on the moon on 2/22/2024.
Love, honor, gratitude, and compassionate action underscore Nadine's creations, reflecting her dedication to uplifting humanity and inspiring positive change.
Check out a sneak peek of Kalibri's unreleased music which will be officially released in 2024.
(All these songs are on the moon and will be certified soon)
This art now lives on the moon for 1 billion years.
Multi-media art, blending audio-visual and interactive elements, offers transformative experiences that provoke thought and evoke emotions. Nadine's art along with her original music encourages deeper listening, aimed at inspiring change and positive impact. The below pieces are a small representation of a much larger body of artwork now on the moon.
Dance With Devil Rays
AWA Oasia in Arts District DTLA - Events Center Specializing in Immersive Experiences