Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Castle Green Sound Pavilion

Well here it is, the Castle Green Sound Pavilion.   A Douglas Fir structure charred on the outside and arbourteched on the internal walls, then strung with piano wires and tuned to whatever I desired. I created a number of listening pieces to stop the resin getting on peoples clothes although one can just put ones ear to the wood.  I must thank Ann Jones for writing the Arts Council England Grants for the Arts Awards.  Ian Timms at Taunton Deane for help and the provision of men and transport. My children Billie-Daisy and Solomon for charring the whole piece and helping with the construction of it. Leo Hartas for the original drawing and helping construction. To Jerry Dixon for helping with construction and invaluable building advice.  To Philip Chambers at Milverton Sawmill for providing the timber at a competitive price.
Now it is at Castle Green Taunton until the end of October.. Go Play and enjoy.

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