Posted by Patricia Juenger on April 25, 2021 at 20:26:15:
In Reply to: Living Steam posted by Sonic Arts Network on March 29, 2021 at 13:43:29:
: Living Steam
: Kew Bridge Steam Museum
: Monday 29 March to Sunday 11 April 2021
: A sound installation created by composer Nye Parry.
: In the multi-speaker sound installation Living Steam, Nye Parry has created
: an industrial Jurassic Park in which the grunts sighs and roars of the
: massive steam engines of the Kew Bridge Steam Museum (including the largest
: working beam engine in the world) are brought to life through the use of
: new technology and returned to their natural environment, the museum's
: magnificent Engine Room, at one time the main water pumping station for
: south west London.
: Living Steam has been commissioned by Sonic Arts Network with funds
: provided by the Arts Council of England and with support from Thames Water.
: Kew Bridge Steam Museum is housed in a magnificent 19th century Pumping
: Station and exhibits some of the largest steam engines in the world once
: used to pump water around London and now renovated to their original
: working glory.
: Sonic Arts Network exists to further the ways in which new technology is
: transforming the nature and practice of music and its access in education
: and in the community. For more information call us on 0181 741 7422.
: Kew Bridge Steam Museum, Geen Dragon Lane, Brentford Middx TW8 0EN. Tel
: 0181 568 4757. Located 100 yards from the north side of Kew Bridge. Buses
: 65,237,267, 391. Tube Gunnersbury, Kew Gardens. British Rail Kew Bridge
: Admission to Museum and installation: Weekends £3.80 Adults, £2.50 OAP's,
: £2 children, £10.50 Family ticket. Weekdays £2.80, £1.50, £1. Family Ticket
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