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Fenland and Forest Heath are hotbeds of trapped inspiration


Fenland and Forest Heath are hotbeds of trapped inspiration. The United Nations Board of Significant Inspiration are here to unleash it.

Market Place is proud to be celebrating the towns they work with this summer in an exciting collaboration with the United Nations Board of Significant Inspiration.

UNBOSI have been studying the properties of marbles since the early 1950’s. In that time they have established that marbles have active capabilities; marbles are capable of storing and distributing inspiration. The more exposure to experience a marble has, the greater its capacity is to be an inspiration tool. UNBOSI is attempting to understand the methods by which Marbles absorb the experience and the transformative process by which this experience becomes an inspiration. Many questions still remain, will you help us answer them?

Join us on a voyage of discovery and become an official UNBOSI MUSE Catcher. We need you to help us harness the power all around us, using; Earth, Air, Fire and Water, new experiences created with communities across the region and our expert skills, you can become one of the UNBOSI team giving you the ability to always be inspired.

The Garden is a interactive journey of inspiration, allowing audiences to harness the MUSE around them, our experienced scientific team with their Mad Hat machines and intriguing scientific procedures will pass the knowledge forward and share inspiration.

Where can you find us?

Wisbech Castle

Thursday 9 to Sunday 12 August

12-5pm

FREE TICKETS: sign up on eventbrite here!

Newmarket Memorial Gardens

Thursday 16 to Sunday 19 August

12-5pm

FREE TICKETS: sign up on eventbrite here

‘UNBOSI have been making some amazing discoveries in the Fenlands and Forest Heath over the past couple of months of intense exploration. During this period we have been conducting tests on our muse extraction apparatus, last used on the site of Shakespeare’s genius. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused, especially to residents local to Wisbech Castle who may have experienced some exciting sound emissions.’
Roger Hartley, Director of the United Nations Board of Significant Inspiration

For more information about the project click here.