Tini is a sound designer, field recordist and audio engineer who works at the intersection of live sound and art performance. Her research interests include forest networks, spatial acoustics, bio-music, and botanical histories. A Final Chorus is a two-channel sound installation advocating for the conservation of Dover Forest, a half-century old secondary regrowth forest in the heart of urban Singapore. According to the Urban Redevelopment Authority Master Plan of Singapore, the forest is zoned as ‘residential’; as such it is being developed into a housing estate. While recording a few of the 158 species of fauna and the 118 species of flora at dusk and dawn to preserve their ‘voices’, Tini inadvertently captures noise pollution from the housing construction site. She combines this recording with another one, done at the secondary forests surrounding the eastern shores of Singapore, since they are also subject to the same fate as Dover Forest. Those wishing to help protect Dover Forest can join a campaign at www.change.org.