Aeolus Sculpture Opens At Canary Wharf

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Aeolus Sculpture Opens At Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf sings like a canary from today, with the installation of the Aeolus sculpture. The arch of silver tubes acts like a giant Aeolian harp, amplifying surrounding drafts, gusts and flurries into a soft, shifting hum. Visitors can stand beneath the sculpture and peer through the 310 stainless steel tubes, while it whistles down the wind.

The installation is the latest wonder from Luke Jerram, who last year brought the delightful Sky Orchestra to London, after wowing us with his intricate glass sculptures of viruses.

Catch Aeolus at Canada Square Park until 10 May.

Last Updated 26 March 2012