The small island in the centre of Hanley Park boating lake has a low perimeter wall around it, carrying words. You have to walk around the lake shore to read them all of course, so it makes for a thoughtful ten-minute stroll.
Depending on the time of year, the foliage forces limited views of phrases, which then stand out on their own, with resonance. For example, the whole sentence here is actually: "There are sounds all around, but nothing matters except the sound of your voice".
The concept was created by artist Emily Campbell.
The artwork has inspired a song by a North Staffordshire musician, Matt Churchill - 'Brushed steel words in Hanley Park'