Aeolus on tour

Aeolus on tour


UK Tour

A range of venues were chosen to present the artwork. Each venue provided a different context and audience demographic. Previous presentations of the artwork include...
Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf, London
Lyme Park
in Cheshire
MediaCityUK, Salford Quays

The Eden Project   
The 'Making of Aeolus' exhibition was at the RWA, Bristol 

Eden Project

A top gardens and eco visitor attraction and educational charity in Cornwall with Rainforest and Mediterranean Biomes. The artwork is embedded into the landscape and can be seen gleaming in the sunlight from 5miles away!

"My wife and I visited the Aeolus at Eden, just had to say this is usually not my thing but I was in awe of this amazing piece of engineering and the sounds were just beautiful truly inspirational." Visitor

Lyme Park

On the edge of the Peak District, nestling within sweeping moorland, Lyme Park is a magnificent estate. Its wild remoteness and powerful beauty contrast with one of the most famous country-house images in England. Owned and managed by the National Trust but partly financed by Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council.


MediaCityUK is the new home for BBC North, ITV, Coronation Street, SIS LIVE and The University of Salford. It is a long-term development managed by The Peel Group, one of the leading infrastructure, real estate and investment enterprises in the UK. Our diverse network of businesses ranges from ports to airports; land to leisure; media to hotels; wind farms to shopping centres, and a portfolio of investments in major public companies.
www.mediacityuk.co.uk and www.youtube.com/officialmediacityuk

Royal West of England Academy, Bristol

As a joint show with Tracey Emin, Louise Bourgeoise, Bridget Riley and Michael Kidner the 'Making of Aeolus' exhibition was presented at the RWA, Bristol 8thSept-10thOct. On display were films of the testing of hand made aeolian harps on the Downs of Bristol, films of the artworks fabrication, 90+ development drawings, test models and prototypes, Aeolus prints (made by UWE), aeolian harp demo, model and prints (made by Arup in Bristol). The exhibition showed how the artwork was created over a period of 4 years. See exhibtion guide pdf.