Comedian, writer and broadcaster Arthur Smith has visited Imperial War Museum Duxford which is about to celebrate its centenary.
Arthur took to the skies in a vintage De-Havilland DH89 Tiger Moth, a classic 1930s biplane as well as visiting a brand new exhibition: DX17 by Nick Ryan which draws people in with its unique sound and light installations.
DX17 is a unique storytelling experience, a spectacular and imaginative sound sculpture inspired by Duxford’s rich history and the memories of the brave men and women who lived and worked on site. The sculpture, which is roughly the size of a Spitfire, has 100 points of light across the surface. Each light transmits narrative voices, signals and music that represent one of hundreds of memories from Duxford’s past via innovative sensor technology that translates light into sound.
To find out more about IWM Duxford and the exhibition DX17, please visit:
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Comedian Arthur Smith takes to the skies at IWM Duxford