The Hive \ Ikbal Simamora Lubys & Tony Maryana (2017)

Indonesian artists, Ikbal Simamora Lubys and Tony Maryana produced a bespoke, sculptural musical instrument in response to the mouth of Peak Cavern. The Hive instrument was a larger-than-life resonator, with vibrating chimes for visitors to interact with. Resembling a suspended organic hive structure, the instrument was made from parts of Gamelan bars, a form of percussive Indonesian music using gongs and xylophone-type instruments.

The Hive was supported by British Council, Indonesia

In Collaboration & Fabricated by Laurie Crombie – a founding member of the Kazimier collective who create multimedia shows for a range of contexts from large outdoor spectacles to intimate immersive experiences.

Listening to the Dark tour also featureds:

Beatrice Dillon – Residency
Mark Fell – Extensionless Thought Points

Photography by Chris Foster

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