Invisible Garden

A geolocation audio experience by Tim Phillips and Rosa Carbo-Mascarell. Comissioned by Now Play This for the Somerset House during the London Games Festival 2017.

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What is Invisible Garden

Imagine there is a world on top of London that we cannot see, we can only hear. Invisible Garden takes the courtyard of Sommerset House and transforms it into a bucolic natural soundscape.

Based on the concept of the walled garden, the experience invites you to imagine an ideal. The experience is enclosed by the four walls of the Sommerset House, a fortress apart where elements of magic can exist, unbeknownst to others.