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Terra: Jerwood Visual Arts, London. 9 November – 11 December 2011

Terra is a Jerwood Encounters exhibition at Jerwood Visual Arts that explores the relationship shared by contemporary sculpture practice with the landscape beyond the gallery. The sculptures by Jonathan Anderson, Edwina Fitzpatrick, Luke Jerram, Anne-Mie Melis & Owl Project are created by the artists through their own sensory relationship with the environment. Jonathan Anderson works with coal dust and other elemental substances. His work expresses … Continue reading

Luke Jerram: Aeolus. Acoustic Wind Pavilion

Aeolus was ruler of the four winds in Greek mythology. Luke Jerrams’s Aeolus, is an acoustic and optical pavilion designed to make audible the silent shifting patterns of the wind and to visually amplify the ever changing sky. Beneath the arch a viewer can look out through a field of 310 internally polished stainless steel tubes simultaneously, each … Continue reading

Luke Jerram: Sky Orchestra

  Luke Jerram’s Sky Orchestra was an audio landscape performance delivering music to sleeping people from out of the sky over London between 22 – 27 July 2011. Seven hot-air balloons with speakers attached took off at dawn and dusk dispersing specially composed ambient music by Dan Jones. The project was supported by The Mayor of London and London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT) heralding a year … Continue reading