Invisible Worlds art residency
- 2-26 Sept 2018
- Part of Invisible Worlds
- In the Exhibition Gallery in the Core
- Free with Eden admission
Artists Katharina Hauke and Till Bovermann are inviting visitors to create sounds and improvised experimental music together – at a network of music-making systems across the Eden Project site. It's part of our series of artist residencies that bring to life Invisible Worlds.
... and then we see if we will be friends
Within this project, artists Katharina Hauke and Till Bovermann invite all curious organisms and life-forms in and around the Eden Project to create sounds and improvised experimental music together.
Small networked music making systems will be set up within the various sites of the Eden Project that feature differing degrees of self-sufficiency and interaction possibilities for both visitors and inhabitants.
The artists will adapt and extend the semi-autonomous platforms on-the-fly to both sense and provoke actions of the various actors, inviting them to explore emergent collaborative phenomena.
Other art exhibitions and residencies
We'll be hosting a range of temporary exhibitions and art installations – throughout the year there'll be live events, stories, workshops and sci-art residencies bringing different parts of our Invisible Worlds into focus. Other art residencies include the opportunity for visitors to discover the incredible world of rocks this summer, or to get involved in an exciting fermentation workshop in October.
See our 'breathing' sculpture
While you're here, come and see our huge ceramic sculpture, rising almost to the roof of the Core building. Known as Infinity Blue, it pays homage to one of the world's smallest but most important organisms: cynobacteria.