'Music of the Spheres'
Tue 28th July - Sun 2nd August 11-4pm
Artist Charlotte Jarvis brings her project Music of the Spheres to the Lookout this July. Over the past 2 (nearly 3) years Charlotte has been collaborating with Dr. Nick Goldman from the European Bioinformatics Institute. The project uses new bioinformatics technology to store (encode) a new piece of music in the form of an MP3 file on DNA molecules. Pretty amazing - music encoded into DNA! In exhibition Charlotte has been suspending that DNA in soap solution and using it to create silent 'musical' installations filled with bubbles.
Pebble Homage Installation and Show
May 2015 - for one year
Pebble Homage is a participative art installation at the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout, to coicide with Antony Gormley's sculpture on top of Aldeburgh's Martello Tower.
You will be given a marker pen and invited to choose a pebble from the beach. As you walk towards the Martello Tower and back we challenge you to think about life and to write a short thought on your pebble. These pebbles will be collected together to form an installation. In one year's time they will be scatterd over the beach to be found by future generations.
This will be accompanied by a Pebble Homage selling exhibition inside the Lookout including works by
Peter Randall Page
Ai Wei Wei
The Aldeburgh Beach LOOKOUT
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