Giant Acoustic Organ Installation Makes Wind Audible

Giant Acoustic Organ Installation Makes Wind Audible
Design

A new London instrument harnesses the power of wind to create a giant instrument.

Alice Chan
  • 4 april 2012

Aeolus – Acoustic Wind Pavilion is a art exhibit created by Luke Jerram. The first free-standing giant instrument, the sculpture allows wind to resonate through the steel tubes making the silent shifting patterns of the wind audible. Vibrations in strings attached to some of the tubes are transferred through skins covering the tops, and projected down through the tubes towards the viewer standing beneath the arch.

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