(headphones or conventional speakers needed)

each structure resonates, sounded by its position and the locale

kettles yard in cambridge sits next to a busy road, yet, as anyone who has visited knows, has its own sense of slow time

a few years ago I had access to the cottage spaces for several days, resulting in one of the pieces for the ‘audible silence’ project

during my time at kettles yard, I attached c-series contact microphones to the table that displays the well known pebble circle. I listened for an hour or so, the sound of traffic through the table and the floor, and some of the curatorial staff coming and going

for me the listening is the elemental focus. What comes from it are thoughts around the curation of private public spaces, object resonance and the stability of structures amidst technological shifts

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