Muti-Sensory Art Project

Super Nature 2021

Experience, Explore and Imagine Super Nature with us in a multitude of multi-sensory, creative ways. In 2020 we seized the opportunity to share a host of immersive activities, videos and soundscapes digitally with families and teachers here on our website and our YouTube playlist. In 2021 Super Nature is blossoming with new digital resources and face to face experiences.

For SUPER NATURE 2021 the artists and educators who create the Multi-Sensory Art Project have been inspired by sculptures and landscape at Roche Court Sculpture Park. We invite you to experience, explore and imagine with us. We have created a number of playful videos, images, soundscapes and information sheets to help you do this at home or at school.

Click on the images below to explore a work of art using sight, sound, smell, taste or touch.

Explore ‘Iron Holes’

Nicholas Pope, ‘Iron Holes’ 1978-2014 © the artist and courtesy New Art Centre

Explore ‘Tame Buzzard Line’

Richard Long ‘Tame Buzzard Line’, 2001 © the artist and courtesy New Art Centre

Explore ‘Hyazinthe’

Paul Morrison, ‘Hyazinthe’, 2014 © the artist and courtesy New Art Centre

Explore ‘Fructus’

Peter Randall-Page, ‘Fructus’, 2009 © the artist and courtesy New Art Centre

Explore ‘Large Left-Handed Drummer’

Barry Flanagan, ‘Large Left-Handed Drummer’, 2006 © the artist and courtesy New Art Centre

Explore ‘Orange Foam, Cola Moon’

Jonathan Trayte, ‘Orange Foam, Cola Moon 1’ 2020 © the artist and courtesy New Art Centre