LIVERPOOL is to boast another exclusive art installation that promises to capture the imaginations of all who set foot in a city park after dark.
Beginning on Wednesday, Power Plant will take over Calderstones Park for some ?magical botanical activities?, in which sound and light will be used to create an imaginary, ghostly world of glitchy insects, dramatic weather, mechanical plants and the sound of the earth?s energy.
The gardens and greenhouses will be transformed by 20 different installations, and audiences are invited to wander around the enchanting and mysterious space.
Power Plant has been installed in other cities after being founded in Oxford, but its visit to Liverpool will be its biggest outing yet.
Producer Simon Chatterton of the Contemporary Music Network, which has worked in partnership with the Culture Company on the project, said: ?It is hard to describe, but it is very much an experience for people to get immersed in.
?This is a special one-off in Liverpool, a bigger version of what we have done before, with lots of new pieces, looking at the idea of the history of Liverpool?s lost botanic gardens.
?It?s not a cerebral, chin- scratching installation, it?s like stepping into another world.
?It?s suitable for everyone from children and family groups to people with an interest in music and sound.? continues...
Liverpool Daily Post