Sound installation | 2011-2012

Evensong is a sculptural sound installation that explores the relationship between architectural acoustics and physical materials. The installation exists as a single hanging limestone square which emits, via custom-built speaker, a long-form looping composition of voice and organ collected from an Evensong mass.

The sound source material was transduced via piezoelectric disc through a limestone column, quarried from the island of Dorset, in the interior chapel in St. Paul's Cathedral, London from 2007.