The former village of Imber lies at the heart of Salisbury Plain, in a remote location six miles from the nearest town.
Sixty years ago, all 160 Imber villagers were evacuated to make way for the training needs of US soldiers. Following World War II, the villagers' hopes of returning to their homes faded despite public protest and an official inquiry that decided in favour of the Army.
For three nights over an August Bank Holiday, Imber finally laid its past to rest - the result of a three year-long project commissioned by Artangel with the support of the British Army and the Diocese of Salisbury. Transformed by a special promenade event created for the village, the evening in Imber culminated with the live performance of a new work by leading international composer, Giya Kancheli.