The Fragmented Light Orchestra

A multi-disciplinary sculptural installation

The Fragmented Light Orchestra (FLO) is a multi-disciplinary sculptural installation based on the 3,500 year old design of the Harp. FLO transforms its environment and surrounding buildings into an awe-inspiring interactive light and sound instrument.

It offers the audience an unprecedented hands-on opportunity to interact with the musical sculpture through touch responsive technology, breaks down barriers for those not necessarily from a musical background and creates a playful environment for the public to interact and experience the work together.

Produced by Omni Studio, conceived by artist William Simpson in collaboration with composer Toby Wiltshire, FLO will open to the public with partners Opera North at the Howard Assembly Room.


The Fragmented Light Orchestra has been successfully funded by Leeds Inspired and Arts Council England through their Grants for the Arts scheme. We’re also very excited to develop this new work with support and in association with Opera North.

Creatives involved in the project are:
William Simpson – Lead Artist / Creative Director
Toby Wiltshire – Sound Artist
Suzie Cross – Producer
3D – Antony Kitson and Matthew O’Neill

You can follow all the progress and news of FLO over on our news feed.