1536 glow worms at Glastonbury.

It was great to be invited back to the Greenpeace Field at Glastonbury to create a new interactive installation for them. in 2014 Phill Tew and I created the Jellyfish– made from recycled plastic bottles and flocking towards the Greenpeace field.

This year we were given the gorgeous Grottos to play with:
We built a sound reactive LED installation of 1536 glow worms, that glittered and changed colour and appeared and disappeared according to what they heard. It was great fun to be part of such a lovely field and the fundraising efforts of Greenpeace. We’re just waiting for our photos and films to come back, but here’s some mobile phone snippets to whet your appetite.

Greenpeace made a lovely film which shows the wider field:

Greenpeace Field – Glastonbury

Wow! What an Incredible weekend!Thanks so much to everyone who came to the Greenpeace Field at Glastonbury to show us some love. See you again in 2019!

Posted by Greenpeace UK on Monday, June 26, 2017