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We were delighted to be invited to develop four sound art / sonic graffiti pieces as part of the inaugural Longbridge Festival Of Light. We worked with field recordings from Hannah Hull to create a series of light-responsive pieces that warped and mangled sound as light was introduced. Each piece was unique and played back through bespoke hardware we created.

As you come to expect when you install public artworks in harm’s way, these were used…and abused. But as the images testify, they appeared to bring joy to lots of people.

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