Ikbal Lubys

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.

As part of AND’s annual touring programmeThe Hive has now returned, to be part of bluedot festival’s 2018 art programme at Jodrell Bank.

The Hive by Ikbal Lubys & Tony Maryana in collaboration with Laurie Crombie. Commissioned and produced by Abandon Normal Devices. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and British Council, Indonesia.

Read more at AND Fest / British Council

The Hive

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