An new innovative sound and light experience has been unveiled at King’s Lynn’s Greyfriars Tower.
The interactive visual and sound display, called Sound Mirrors, can be seen until Sunday, October 29, lighting up the monastic monument in Tower Gardens.
Collusion is the arts organisation behind the project with lead artist Oliver Payne and visual artist Francesca Cant.
The large scale sound sculpture and projection has been co-created with the help of local young people through sound and visual workshops and is part of a larger WE ARE LYNN public artworks series of projects led by Collusion.
Director and co-founder, Rachel Drury said: “Our WE ARE LYNN projects aim to empower the young people of King’s Lynn to feel connected to their town and support their self-expression and well-being.
“We want to help amplify their voices and share their creativity.
“Come along and see for yourself how their amazing efforts have come together to create Sound Mirrors.”