26th July - 6th August
Daily from 10am - 4pm (excluding Sunday 31 July)
From 26 July – 6 August, Junction will host a sound installation and exhibition of images from “The Stopping Train”, a piece of music inspired the Goole to Hull train route as part of Sonic Journey’s and the Yorkshire Festival. Experience the music and poetry of Gavin Bryars and Blake Morrison, Bryars’ original manuscript, Morrison’s handwritten drafts and images by talented Yorkshire-based photographer Sara Teresa.
Opening times: Daily from 10am – 4pm (excluding Sunday 31 July)
“This journey has strong links to the area of East Yorkshire where I grew up, and this commission allows me to engage creatively with this environment for the first time. I have long admired Glenn Gould’s remarkable train journey-related The Idea of North as well as the obsessive train pieces by the Canadian Eldon Rathburn, who made the final realisation of Percy Grainger’s Train Music. This project with Blake gives me the chance to make my own train music at last.” Gavin Bryars
For those that fancy creating and sharing their own Sonic Journey, Sound UK and Yorkshire Festival are inviting online submissions of music and video, to journeys the public find personally inspiring.