Multimedia artist Caroline Locke presents a series of works that use sound to create visual patterns. The work explores how sound travels as a series of movements in time - a transmission of energy through a series of vibrations. The accompanying soundscapes will reverberate around the Chancel gallery.
Chancel Frequencies features three works especially selected to respond to the former church building as a contemplative space, portraying images of sound, which are otherworldly, and designed to encourage contemplation.
Circular projections show vibrations caused by different sound waves through water, filmed as part of her previous Sound Fountains project. In a new work, three shallow steel pools made in the shape of church windows contain waterproof electric motors causing gentle ripples that will be reflected on the surrounding walls. Finally on a wall mounted screen, a film loop shows a single tuning fork shifting between 25Hz and 16Hz.