Liz Gre’s ‘Embodied Cacophonies’ at Lindisfarne Castle


13th March 2024

‘Embodied Cacophonies’, a stunning new commission from artist and composer Liz Gre, that A&H had the pleasure of supporting alongside University of Southampton, is now open to the public at Lindisfarne Castle. ⁠

Visitors to Lindisfarne Castle can now experience this brand new installation, combining light, sound, and sculptural elements in a site specific and interactive work. ⁠

Drawing inspiration from the elemental nature of Holy Island, ‘Embodied Cacophonies’ reframes our relationship to it, retelling the stories of the people who designed, lived in, or shaped this place and the contributions they made to our history and heritage.⁠

Gre says of the new work: ‘Embodied Cacophonies’ explores the (dis)organised noise of our genealogies and our future legacies within us. Through this exhibition, I asked how we have an embodied experience of the cacophony of a place/time/existence? In what ways does our human experience reflect the movement of time, voice, and spirit in the socio-ecosystem in and around Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island?”⁠

Open now at Lindisfarne Castle for 2024/25.⁠


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