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This great installation took place in CannonHillPark, Birmingham in the late 90's.

Some information can be found at: from where I've cribbed the following list of installations

  • The Sound field by MarkAnderton - an area of hundreds of miniature samplers buried in the ground

  • Noisegate - incredibly huge yellow tubes with sound sent thru them

  • Matsubon by MaxEastly delicately beautiful sound sculptures in the Japanese garden

  • An angel called gravity by AnnBean - a series of balloons with small lights & samplers in them, later released into the sky

  • Hexaphonic sound system by JonyEasterby & BrianDuffy -in a whitend out tennis court, music speakers with talcum powder on top,bubbling & dancing in shapes in response to the sound vibrations

  • PeterAppleton - midiwater piano

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