Video - Song Sculptures at the Heritage Council

A clip of our two interns playing around with the ‘Environmental Paving’ at the Song Sculptures exhibition at the Heritage Council on Church Lane.

The Contemporary Music Centre commissioned composer Jonanthan Nangle to build the three song sculptures.

‘Trip the Light Fantastic’, found in the courtyard of the Heritage council, is an outdoor installation made with bells fitted with solar panels, which chime when the sun comes out.

‘Triple, Double Pendulums’ uses pendulums and sensors to create an ever-changing pattern of musical sounds.

‘Environmental Paving’ are a series of stepping stones that trigger different sounds when you run across them.

The exhibition is a fun, interactive (and free) art installation which will amuse music fans of all ages.

Song Sculptures will run daily at the Heritage Council, Church Lane, until Sunday 19th August

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