Caroline Locke’s current installation, ‘Chancel Frequencies’ is featured in This Week’s New Exhibitions selection in The Guardian.

“Caroline Locke brings her evocative sound and image cross-associations to Scunthorpe. Across five porthole screens, intricately rippling water is triggered into motion by sounds reminiscent of pounding heartbeats, amoebic breathing and an eerily distant foghorn. Across the gallery floor, industrially constructed tanks, collectively arranged to resemble a gothic arch, contain pools of shimmering liquid light, driven by submerged motors. A flatscreen monitor shows a tuning fork vibrating. The overall effect is to summon some kind of numinous presence lying just beyond recognition.”

Chancel Frequenices is at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe until 19 September.

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