Max Eastley began in the late sixties to investigate the relationship of chance to music. Using kinetic sound machines or the environmental forces of wind, streams and sea. As a consequence his career opened out into these various branches of creative and philosophical exploration. He has exhibited his sound installations internationally, and collaborated with a wide range of artists, musicians and filmmakers, including Brian Eno, Peter Greenaway, Evan Parker, Thomas Köner and Eddie Prévost.
|1||Wooden blocks and brass sheet||1 listener|
|2||Aerophones 1||1 listener|
|3||Motors and metal rods 1||1 listener|
|4||Aerophones 3||1 listener|
|6||Serpentine Gallery installation||1 listener|
|7||Aerophones 2||1 listener|
|8||Installation No. 3, Pt. 1||1 listener|