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Aeolus launches at the Eden Project

Aeolus
Aeolus

This week, Studio resident Luke Jerram's breathtaking wind harp sculpture Aeolus opens to the public at the Eden Project in Cornwall for a three-week long exhibition that will last until 9th October.

Aeolus is a stunning audio-visual pavilion, designed to amplify the sounds of the wind's movement and the shifting textures and colours of the sky.

A video of the sculpture can be seen here: http://youtu.be/U-KYJ4mFJSM

The Eden Project is the second location on the sculpture's tour, which will also see it appearing at MediaCityUK, Salford Quays between 22nd October - 13th November.

A parallel exhibition detailing the process of the singing pavilion's creation is currently on display at the RWA in Bristol until 10th October and features drawings, models and prototypes.

For more information on the sculpture, read the Arts Council's press release at: http://press.artscouncil.org.uk/Press-Releases/Giant-singing-sculpture-comes-to-the-Eden-Project-554.aspx

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