11 Mar Emergence; water
Tonight, Christine Dodd and I are at Sandham Memorial Chapel responding with embodied sound and movement to Tony’s Icosahedron. This will be part of a public sound performance with Tony Spencer and Samantha Britton at the preview of Saturated Space, an exhibition which is on show 11 – 29 March.
As photography is not permitted inside the chapel housing Stanley Spencer’s paintings, we are lucky to have these photographs taken at The Arches by artist Kate Street in February. As each of Tony’s sound sculptures are completed, we have the privilege of gathering for an artist collaboration session that will culminate in a public performance at the following exhibition. First up, the Icosahedron makes its debut as part of ‘Saturated Space’
‘Nothing Will Disturb Me’ Tony Spencer has created a sound-installation which responds to the Chapel’s function as a place for experiencing healing. The form of his sculpture, a geometric Icosahedron, is made from reclaimed pallet wood. Within the work there is a contemplative space where the viewer will not be disturbed. Visit Sandham Memorial Chapel to see it this March.
As each artist responds to Tony’s artworks, they will collectively journey through the elements which correspond with the five platonic solids. You can follow our process on this blog throughout 2020.
This blog was written by Maija Liepins for #NothingIsImmediate