S tudies in 528Hz, is part of this series of studies created specifically for Chris Levine’s latest exhibition at Houghton Hall in Norfolk 528Hz Love Frequency. It also features a collection of both new and unique works. Each distinctive work is characteristic of Levine’s unique and cutting-edge work with the meditative and immersive properties of light and sound. 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 features a series of new holographic artworks, print works and large immersive laser and LED installations.
Levine works in pursuit of an expanded state of perception and awareness through image and form, frequency and vibration. Levine describes his practice as using light and geometry to create a space where consciousness and the physical realm overlap. He is best known for his large-scale, immersive sculptural light installations that invite the viewer to be present, in the moment. He harnesses the power of light not just as a core material of art but also something with which to create powerful collective experiences. The exhibition at Houghton Hall, his largest to date, will punctuate an acclaimed career for Chris who in 2004 was commissioned to create a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The iconic portrait will be exhibited alongside works of other famous sitters including Kate Moss and Grace Jones.
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