Nothing Would Disturb Me2020
Nothing Would Disturb Me a sculptural sound-installation which responds to a visionary mural within Sandham Memorial Chapel painted by Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) to commemorate the 'forgotten dead' of the First World.
The sculptural form of a geometric Icosahedron, has an archetypal associated with the element water, relating to the use of water in cleansing and healing. Like the Chapel, within the sculpture there is a contemplative space where the viewer will not be disturbed, a mysterious other world with reflective mirrored surfaces. As the viewer approaches the work it omits the recorded sound of Himalayan singing bowls, that vibrate the form to the mathematical frequencies of sacred geometry.
Materials: discarded pallet-wood, mirrored perspex, electronics, speakers, recorded therapeutic sound
© Tony Spencer
Supported by public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England
Price available on request
- Dimensions: 90 cm
- Contexts: Arts in health , Exhibition , Funding / Award , Project , Socially Engaged
- Artforms: Installation , Live art , Sculpture , Sound , Woodwork
- Tags: sculpture, installation, sound-art, geometric, wood, recycled, sacred-geometry, sculpture, installation, geometric, sound art, sound therapy, wood, recycled, collaberation