NEON generates a wind-powered set up that mimics the gallop of 500 horses

NEON creates a wind-powered installation that mimics the gallop of 500 horses

Mark Nixon’s Neon has constructed a circular audio installation produced up of 32 wind turbines that mimic horse’s galloping hooves in Chesters Roman Fort, located in North Tyne, England.

The British studio designed Cavalry 360 for the ongoing Hadrian’s Cavalry exhibition, which is taking place at various museums and websites across the length of the 150-mile Hadrian’s Wall to recognise the Roman cavalry that guarded it one,600 many years ago.

The web site-specific musical instrument is designed to create a soundscape that will inspire its audience to think about the historical past of the area, which is property to the most extensive Roman fort in Britain, as effectively as the lives of the cavalryman and horses that inhabited it.

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7 thoughts on “NEON generates a wind-powered set up that mimics the gallop of 500 horses

  1. Are the wind turbines generating electricity? Because I think the fact that this thing is taking away from the natural beauty of the area and doesn’t sound anything like horses could be overlooked, if it actually generates electricity.

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