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  • Art. sculpture. For Example: linsey bell

    2011/11/22

    linsey bell

    sculpture

    Linsey Bell (born London, 1981) graduated from Middlesex University in 2004 where she studied jewellery under Caroline Broadhead and Pierre Degen. Since graduating in 2004 Bell has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her work varies in media and scale, from jewellery to sculptural object and installation. She is based in London, where she lives and works.

    Based on ideas of shamanistic ritual and modern relics of communication, the Artist has created an Instrument of regression and communion with the spirits of the Ether.

    Using components of old aerials and encrusted with thousands of bells, the piece retains the structure of a modern receiver, but barnacled and forgotten as if lost on the bottom of the sea. This modern relic and the shimmering sound it makes echo back to shaman's rattles as primitive tools of communication. Retrieving messages and signals from the ether.

    Vibrations of space conjure a rustle of bells from the Instrument, which was attached to the arches below railway tracks in the recent 'PLAYGROUND' Exhibition. Sounds produced by the piece as a result of the vibrations of trains overhead, allowed the piece to be played by the architecture of the space itself. The sound emitted by the Instrument is designed to remind the visitor of all that we have forgotten to see and hear.

    www.linseybellart.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: linsey bell

    2011/11/22

    linsey bell

    sculpture

    Linsey Bell (born London, 1981) graduated from Middlesex University in 2004 where she studied jewellery under Caroline Broadhead and Pierre Degen. Since graduating in 2004 Bell has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her work varies in media and scale, from jewellery to sculptural object and installation. She is based in London, where she lives and works.

    Based on ideas of shamanistic ritual and modern relics of communication, the Artist has created an Instrument of regression and communion with the spirits of the Ether.

    Using components of old aerials and encrusted with thousands of bells, the piece retains the structure of a modern receiver, but barnacled and forgotten as if lost on the bottom of the sea. This modern relic and the shimmering sound it makes echo back to shaman's rattles as primitive tools of communication. Retrieving messages and signals from the ether.

    Vibrations of space conjure a rustle of bells from the Instrument, which was attached to the arches below railway tracks in the recent 'PLAYGROUND' Exhibition. Sounds produced by the piece as a result of the vibrations of trains overhead, allowed the piece to be played by the architecture of the space itself. The sound emitted by the Instrument is designed to remind the visitor of all that we have forgotten to see and hear.

    www.linseybellart.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: linsey bell

    2011/11/22

    linsey bell

    sculpture

    Linsey Bell (born London, 1981) graduated from Middlesex University in 2004 where she studied jewellery under Caroline Broadhead and Pierre Degen. Since graduating in 2004 Bell has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her work varies in media and scale, from jewellery to sculptural object and installation. She is based in London, where she lives and works.

    Based on ideas of shamanistic ritual and modern relics of communication, the Artist has created an Instrument of regression and communion with the spirits of the Ether.

    Using components of old aerials and encrusted with thousands of bells, the piece retains the structure of a modern receiver, but barnacled and forgotten as if lost on the bottom of the sea. This modern relic and the shimmering sound it makes echo back to shaman's rattles as primitive tools of communication. Retrieving messages and signals from the ether.

    Vibrations of space conjure a rustle of bells from the Instrument, which was attached to the arches below railway tracks in the recent 'PLAYGROUND' Exhibition. Sounds produced by the piece as a result of the vibrations of trains overhead, allowed the piece to be played by the architecture of the space itself. The sound emitted by the Instrument is designed to remind the visitor of all that we have forgotten to see and hear.

    www.linseybellart.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: linsey bell

    2011/11/22

    linsey bell

    sculpture

    Linsey Bell (born London, 1981) graduated from Middlesex University in 2004 where she studied jewellery under Caroline Broadhead and Pierre Degen. Since graduating in 2004 Bell has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her work varies in media and scale, from jewellery to sculptural object and installation. She is based in London, where she lives and works.

    Based on ideas of shamanistic ritual and modern relics of communication, the Artist has created an Instrument of regression and communion with the spirits of the Ether.

    Using components of old aerials and encrusted with thousands of bells, the piece retains the structure of a modern receiver, but barnacled and forgotten as if lost on the bottom of the sea. This modern relic and the shimmering sound it makes echo back to shaman's rattles as primitive tools of communication. Retrieving messages and signals from the ether.

    Vibrations of space conjure a rustle of bells from the Instrument, which was attached to the arches below railway tracks in the recent 'PLAYGROUND' Exhibition. Sounds produced by the piece as a result of the vibrations of trains overhead, allowed the piece to be played by the architecture of the space itself. The sound emitted by the Instrument is designed to remind the visitor of all that we have forgotten to see and hear.

    www.linseybellart.com
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