Houghton Hall in Norfolk is set to be transformed by a major solo exhibition of contemporary British artist, Chris Levine, 528 Hz Love Frequency. Marking the inaugural winter show in the historic grounds of this prestigious art venue, this exhibition running between 22 October and 23 December 2021 is proudly sponsored by Sotheby’s and will feature a series of new holographic artworks, print works and large immersive laser and LED installations.
The centrepiece of the Houghton Hall show 528 Hz Love Frequency is a monumental spherical structure Molecule of Light on the front lawn that emits a sound beam. This vast new sculptural work with 3D ambisonic sound will come to life as darkness falls over an imposing landscape. The audience, one at a time, can immerse in modulating sound frequencies on the solfeggio scale which numerically relate to sacred geometry and correlate to the energy nodes in the body known as chakras. It is the artist’s intention that people would be drawn into a brief meditative state that is both uplifting and purifying by bathing in this sound beam.
This is a body of new work created specifically for the unique environs of the house and grounds. Each distinctive work is characteristic of Levine’s unique and cutting-edge work with the meditative and immersive properties of light and sound.
Open Days: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
Adults £18 Under 18s free and concessions for Students
Tickets on sale now!