A FREE exhibition exploring animal and human migration will start at the Coro, Ulverston.

The Coro will be adorned with huge inflatable tentacles, inviting people in to see the exhibition. 

The centrepiece is Heinrich and Palmer's video installation, Aerial, which took 3D laser scans of migratory birds and transformed them into dancing bodies of light set to a soundtrack. 

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The artists have just completed a year-long residency at Winchester School of Art, and provided work commissioned by the 2017 Hull City of Culture team. 

There will also be a series of smaller light installations, audio-visual exhibits, sculptures and interactive art. 

The exhibition starts on Saturday 6 August, running from 11.00 am until 5.00 pm. It will run at the same time the following day and then will run from Thursdays to Sundays at the same time until Friday 26 August.