Birds Migrating make a beautiful sight..

migration

Part of the migration installation by Naomi Hart

This week is the week to see the stunning installation of ‘migrating birds’ by Naomi Hart, at Hope Hall Heavitree. This exhibition entitled ‘All About Migration’ is the end result of a global, public-participatory art-science collaboration with the University of Exeter.

 

The artist Naomi Hart sent out 10,000 postcards in the shape of geese all over the world, asking people to write on them and post them back to her. Those that completed their ‘migration’ back to Naomi have been hung in a giant, indoor flock of birds.

 

The exhibition runs until 22 September and is open from 11 am – 6pm. Click here for more information

 

The address is: Hope Road, Heavitree, Exeter, EX2 5JN

 

Find out more here about the migration project here

 

 MARINERS WAY SCULPTURE REINCARNATED AT EDGE SCULPTURE TRAIL

The Mariners Way passage house sculpture on display at Heathercombe this September

The iconic Mariners Way rope sculpture by Edward Crumpton which we have enjoyed for over a year outside the Forum Building on the University of Exeter Campus, has been temporarily reincarnated as a passage house for the annual Edge Sculpture Trail at Heathercombe Gardens on Dartmoor.

 

The new passage house structure is sited along the footpath that gave its name and inspiration to the project; The Mariners Way.

 

Visit the sculpture trail at Heathercombe from 7 – 29 September 2013, 11 am – 5pm every day except Mondays.

 

Find out more about the Edge Sculpture Trail at Heathercombe Gardens here.