Come and sit in the summer sunshine and enjoy the scents and sounds of the Sonic Garden - an aural and visual oasis in the urban landscape of World’s End Place.
The Sonic Garden is a sculptural sound garden – a living conversation between designer & sound sculptor Dody Nash, sonic instrument composer Will Turner-Duffin, writer Jane Buckler, the pupils of Year 5 at Ashburnham Community School and the residents of World’s End Place.
The Sonic Garden will be launched on 22 June at 6.30pm with an exciting programme of free outdoor live art performances curated by Chelsea Theatre on the theme of guerrilla gardening. The installation itself can be viewed at any time up until 16 July.
The Sonic Garden has been commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Arts Service as part of the InTRANSIT festival and London Festival of Architecture.
Official Website: http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/intransit
Added by Miriam Nelken on June 15, 2008