Sounding Place originates from listening to the resonances of the Norfolk landscape.
Each piece in the exhibition represents the sonic relationship Debbie Lyddon and Claire Oxley have with the environment: a response to feeling the sounds and echoes of a place.
Debbie searches out equivalences between the aural and visual rhythms in the landscape: the regular or irregular gaps between objects and sounds, the meandering of contrapuntal voices, and silences or empty spaces.
Claire’s paintings chart the pulses and shifting seasons of the region; music plays a huge part in her thinking about colour, mark-making and composition. They are works that chart and describe the skies, seas, moons, fields, flowers and foliage of the area.
PV: 26 September
Artist talk: 30 September