It's long been the Holy Grail for this show - to get sculptures up on the radio! And finally we think we might have cracked it.
Sculpture In Sound offers a series of words, sound effects and music, triggered by actual - and very well-known - physical sculptures, like one of the many statues of Queen Victoria.
Using a smart-phone app and headphones, users can walk around them, and activate layered, location-specific audio that change as you move around the sculpture.
Sculpture in Sound is the brain-child of a Wellington group calling themselves Sonicity. Lynn Freeman talks with sound-designer Matthew Lambourne, and musician and composer Andrew Laking.
It's at the prototype stage and you can download it at www.sonicity.nz.