Work > 2015

Sung From the Mouth of Cumae
Sung From the Mouth of Cumae

An immersive fiber, ceramic and sound installation referencing the Cumean Sibyl, a Greek oracle who was said to have sung prophecies from the mouth of a cave.

Handwoven & hand-dyed linen and raffia, earthenware, sound. Dye is made from bleach and found rusty objects.

Sound credit: In collaboration with Brooke Manning

Photo credit: Toni Hafkenscheid