‘Boy You Turn Me’ at Birmingham Book Festival

Boy You Turn Me is a specially commissioned music installation for Birmingham Literature Festival 2011 by composer Ailís Ní Ríain and Salt published writer David Gaffney. Situated in an empty shop in the Pavilions shopping centre it uses a unique structure of an inner and outer layer of music within a public installation. The two layers of music and text can be heard separately or at the same time by moving inside and outside of the specially created space.

Funded by Arts Council England, PRS Foundation, Birmingham Book Festival and The Pavilions.

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