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THE WORLD OF BACKYARD TECHNOLOGY
Luke Jerram; Richard Deane (inset, left)
Sing with the Wind
The Aeolus acoustic wind pavilion, named for the ancient Greek ruler of the winds, could be described as a sculpture, a giant aeolian harp, an optical pavilion, and even an important artwork. Considering its genesis, perhaps it would be more accurate to call it a temple to the senses.
Luke Jerram, the artist behind the work, got the idea during a visit to Iran. There, desert well-diggers using only an ...