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Få et hurtigt overblik over konferencehotellerne i Silkeborg,som også byder på gode overnatningsmuligheder.The sculpture is built around a steel resonance construction standing on four legs and contains a set of electromagnetic coils that cause the strings to vibrate and create sounds.Another system consisting of servomotors strikes the strings with a more percussive effect.4th August – 1 st November The Overheard invites everyone to be attentive to the live environment and become attuned to the distinctions between music, noise and ambient sounds.Med det største sammenhængende skovområde og det unikke søsystem, er rammerne skabt for jeres næste møde og konference i Silkeborg.2nd June – permanent From the 4th of August – 1st of November 2017 the site will be transformed by the sound sculpture “Tower Music” by Jonas R. The sculpture consists of 54 automated music boxes on coloured, transparent acrylic panels, placed in random angles along the walls of the stairwell.