Listening Post
Trinity Buoy Wharf
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Images courtesy Sophie Yetton and Floodtide.

The Floodtide Listening Post is a mechanical music machine at Trinity Buoy Wharf, Docklands. The post, built by sculptor Andrew Baldwin, plays Floodtide notation, which is being generated from tidal data from our sensor submerged in the Thames, also on site.

The listening post is open for viewing every day. For visitor information please visit the Trinity Buoy Wharf website.

The build of the post was made possible by the Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust and Arts Council England.