An award-winning music and art installation that plays the sound of dripping water through a gramophone horn is on display in a Kent forest.
Jem Finer, an ex-member of The Pogues, won £50,000 to construct "Score for a Hole in the Ground" (with video) when he was given the PRS Foundation's New Music Award.
The 7m-high (23ft) steel horn at King's Wood rises from a shaft where water drips onto steel discs and blades.
People can see the "post-digital work" at the wood near Challock from Sunday.
There is a website illustrating the manufacture of the horn here, detailed information about the installation here and here, and another short video. Requires QuickTime.