We continue to promote and embed our ethos as we tour the Theremin Bollards nationally and globally. Our aim is to install devices in every continent and to share what we have learned with the world. Devices are currently installed in The Science Museum as part of the Wonderlab exhibit and in the Strong Museum, Rochester USA.
*** If you are interested in hiring us for an event or buying Theremin Bollards please contact us Below is a varied selection of installations with Theremin Bollards.
Wonderlab, National Science Museum, London
We are proud to have provided two Theremin Bollards for this new cutting edge interactive gallery at the National Science Museum, London. Wonderlab is hugely popular with visitors and the Theremin Bollards have been receiving some great feedback and press.
Bill Bailley and The Theremin Bollards at Wonderlab
Something we hoped that one day we could make happen! Filmed during the launch event for Wonderlab this hope was realised. What a lovely guy. Thanks Bill.
Bill Bailey was more than happy to play with our Theremin Bollard. Click to see a video of Bill Bailey and the Bollards.
The Strong Museum, USA
Our first permanent installation, thanks to the Strong Museum in New York state. This is from one of the museum technicians “The Theremin was a smash hit! It withstood the rigors of our harsh environment, including a few kids “planking” and trying to break dance on top of it”
Yorkshire Sculpture Park 2014
Theremin Bollards were thrilled to be invited to the esteemed Yorkshire Sculpture park for a 3 day exhibition in August 2014. With the Theremin Bollard project originating in Yorkshire this installation was one of our favourites so far. This exhibition included a performance day, interactive day and meet the artist day. Below are some images from the 3 days.
We would like to thank. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, York St John University, performers Vanessa Simmons, Chilli Bon Bon, Dub Barn Collective, Chris Klavense,.and special thanks to Paul Fothergill. kayleigh Miles Hugo Glenwright and Nicky Young for helping.
National History Museum, London
Installing Theremin Bollards under dippy the dinosaur was a special moment. The sound in the main hall was amazing, we had hundreds of people enjoy the theremin bollards throughout the 2 days . A huge thanks to Rob Toulson for asking us to be involved and for his ongoing support for our project.
Below are a selection of images from the 2 day event.
Please watch the video of the installation
Lausanne, Switzerland Jan2016 A new player in the Swiss cultural landscape (on the French-speaking side), the N/O/D/E is dedicated to sound oddities, focusing on unusual instruments, forgotten sounds, bizarre music and the correlation between past and present.
The Theremin is its emblem. It proposes occasional open-minded and playful events in the French-speaking part of Switzerland to discover, listen to or reflect upon the musical wealth of various microcosms, far away from the beaten path.
Hands Off 2015
Is an event with and around Theremins held on September 26th, 2015 from 10:00AM to 07:00PM in Poulton Hall, Wirral, UK. Theremin, named after its inventor Leon Theremin, a Russian physicist, inventor, and musician, was created in 1919 as one of the very first electronic music instruments. The use of electromagnetic fields around two antennas allows to play it without actually touching it.
Theremin Bollards Presents
This was the follow up to our Yorkshire Sculpture Park event. From the reaction of the audience it was another fantastic performance! By both the band and audience. Members of the public playing with a dub reggae band without hitting a bad note.
BBC NATIONAL MUSIC DAY
We installed in the amazing Glasgow centre for this one day event to celebrate music in the UK. The event was televised and broadcast on BBC1 the One Show. BBC Scotland