Photo and commentary of an installation called Pine Ghosts at Devil’s Glen. Includes an introduction to Devil’s Glen by Seamus Heaney.
Max Eastley’s collaboration with architects Ron Kenley, David Armstrong and Lionel Lau. The project was to design a new building for the Warburg Institute, London. Max was asked to contribute a number of aeolian installations to the new building. The project won second prize.
Max writing in ‘Musics’ magazine in 1975 about aeolian instruments.
An article (text, drawings and photographs) detailing Aeolian devices and Hydrones.
Drawings of two Aeolian percussion devices in a publication entitled ‘Sonurgy’.