FOR 18 months, Devon-based visual and multimedia artist Mark Ware (pictured above) has been exploring Exeter Cathedral and interpreting its art and architecture through photography, abstract photomontages, 3D artwork and sound.
The latest stage of the 900 Years of Light project, funded by Arts Council England, is multimedia performance at the Cathedral from Wednesday, October 2, to Friday, October 4, at 7.30pm.
It will be an evening of film, readings, music and the premiere of Mark Ware's video composition accompanied by music performed by internationally-acclaimed trumpeter, Crispian Steele-Perkins and a string trio.
The video will bring together Mark's images showing details, patterns and architectural shapes, creating illusions of stillness and movement.
During the screening of the work, the cathedral will appear to breathe as its vaulted ceiling is cast with slowly changing light, and the live music resonates throughout the building. Tickets cost £5. Call 01392 285983.