Perception is like a shifting kaleidoscope. We all have different views and experiences that can evolve and change, just like the patterns as we twist the kaleidoscope.
KALEIDOSCOPIC brings together residents from the two neighbouring communities of St Peter’s Place and Bemerton Heath in Salisbury with Wiltshire sculptor Julieann Worrall Hood, Roche Court Educational Trust, and filmmakers Create Studios.
Following inspirational visits to nearby Roche Court Sculpture Park, a kaleidoscopic sculpture, film and soundscape are being created to celebrate the multiple experiences of the place where they live.
Come and interact with this sensory kaleidoscope at Salisbury Arts Centre from September 13th to November 5th.
Julieann Worrall Hood made the large stainless steel hare sculptures at St Peter’s Place, Salisbury, commissioned by Persimmon Homes, inspired by the local legend of a shepherd who saw hares dancing at full moon on Salisbury Plain.