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Light and sound installation on display in Salisbury Cathedral's medieval cloisters

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Sarah Flanagan inspects Water-Towers, Bruce Munros newest light and sound installation, in Salisbury Cathedral's medieval cloisters on Jan. 13 in Salisbury, England. Located in the south and west cloisters of the 750-year-old Cathedral and on display until the end of February, the installation by artist Bruce Munro comprises sixty-nine glowing towers, made from 15,000 stacked recyclable water bottles filled with 30 tons of water, illuminated with fiber optics and specially commissioned LED projectors that change color to music.

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Light catches on Emily Young's sculpture outside the cloisters containing Water-Towers, Bruce Munro's newest light and sound installation, in Salisbury Cathedral's on January 13, 2011 in Salisbury, England.

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Water-Towers, Bruce Munros newest light and sound installation, is displayed in Salisbury Cathedral's medieval cloisters on Jan. 13 in Salisbury, England. Located in the south and west cloisters of the 750-year-old Cathedral and is on display until the end of February.

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