Two Measures of Time was an exhibition of two British sound artists, Max Eastley and Martin Riches, at Stadtgalerie, Saarbrücken from 16th September 2016 to 8th January 2017. Max Eastley exhibited three site-specific installations in three different galleries, called: Rotations 1, Rotations 2 and Rotations 3. Two galleries were adjoining, so the installations in them, Rotations […]
Video by Max Eastley The installation, installed in the grounds of Oxford Brookes University, was a two metre length of brass sheet suspended by a rope system in a pine tree approximately twelve metres above ground. Photo by Max Eastley
Two Aeolian installations were erected in the Botanical Gardens, Riga, as part of the Skanu Festival.
Max Eastley’s July – Sep installation in the Water Tower (Wasserturm) in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin. Filmed by Max Eastley, edited by Ivan Eastley.
Aeolian installation at Tempelhof Airport. 12 Aeolian Harps were installed for one day at Templehof on the roof of a decommissioned meteorology building.
Kinetic Drawings at Metropole Galleries, Folkestone. Exhibited from 2nd February 2008 – 30th April 2008. View two YouTube videos of the installation below.
Excerpt from a Cape Farewell video in 2005 showing an interview with Max, recording by David Hinton.
Still from film Clocks of the Midnight Hour, featuring Max’s Aeolian device, filmed at Slapton Sands Devonshire in 1986. Includes a YouTube video excerpt of the film.