A unique sound wave sculpture spearheads the final stage of St George’s Bristol capital fundraising appeal Building a Sound Future.
St George’s Bristol has secured the support of two world leading artists to create a stunning unique glass sound wave sculpture as the focus of attention for the final stage of its major capital development project Building a Sound Future. Commissioned by St George’s, the sculpture, titled Apollo (for the Greek God of Music) will hang as the centrepiece of the concert hall’s new extension. Designed by internationally recognised Bristol based installation artist Luke Jerram and based on a musical score composed by Philip Glass, Apollo consists of 100 glass roundels, each one associated with an individual donor to St George’s capital appeal.
To read the story of Apollo in full, and to find out how you can support the sculpture, head over to the Building a Sound Future micro-site.
Artist impression of ‘Apollo’ in situTweet