rain choir

Sebastiane Hegarty (Photographer)

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Abstract

The rain choir is a sound installation commissioned by the arts event 10days Winchester for the crypt of Winchester Cathedral.
The piece is based on ‘field-recordings’ of rain, as it falls through the tympanic guttering system of the Cathedral. Fragments of the Limestone walls dissolving in oil of Vitriol (sulphuric acid) and vinegar add an effervescent static to the rising damp of this motet for wet and secreted voices.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Motet
Sound Installation
Art
Oil
Cathedrals
Field Recording
Limestone
Winchester Cathedral
Winchester

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