Gordon Monahan - Aeolian Chimney
  Year :   2006
  Location :   Canada
  Worktype :   Site specific installation
  Materials:   -
  Info :   Claybank Brick Factory, Claybank, Saskatchewan

  Work Details  
  At the Claybank Brick Factory heritage site, long piano wires were attached to a chimney and stretched across to anchorage points on neighbouring buildings. Most of these anchorage points were on the roofs of abandoned factory buildings. When you walked through these buildings, you heard the aeolian tones vibrating in the roof and interior rooms, and as you walked through the interior space, the tonal mix would change, as you passed underneath a series of piano wire anchorage points on the roof. A long string was also attached a railway car parked beside one of the buildings, causing the metal structure to vibrate intensively. This piece was part of Crossfiring, a multidisciplinary event taking place at Claybank Brick Factory produced by Knowhere Productions, Regina. ©Gordon Monahan 2006 Accessed 02.07.2007 from http://www.gordonmonahan.com