The Hive / Ikbal Simamora Lubys & Tony Maryana

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

The Hive is 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.

Booking: The Hive is part of the Listening to the Dark tour, and can only be experienced as part of this paid ticketed event (bookable in advance). You can book this as a individual ticket, or to experience as much of the festival as possible you can book the tour as part of a Festival Pass.

Listening to the Dark tour also features:

Beatrice Dillon – Residency
Mark Fell – Extensionless Thought Points


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