At this year’s autumnal equinox, leading artist Tania Kovats cast her bronze bell as the sun set on Porthcurno Beach. The tidal bell will be rung at high tide on the River Thames as part of the National Trust’s One and All exhibition at Somerset House from 4 November to 13 December. Members of the public are invited to volunteer to ring the bell each day. You can sign up online at from midday on Thursday 22 October.
One and All is a digital voyage through sight, sound and sea by three leading artists – Tania Kovats, Owen Sheers and Martyn Ware. Working across art, language and 3D sound, with award-winning film maker Benjamin Wigley, they capture the powerful connection we all have to our coast.
One and All is available to experience online at www.nationaltrust. org.uk/oneandall, plus Somerset House hosts a dramatic staging of these digital artworks that invites visitors to take this evocative journey around our shores in the heart of the city.
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One and All is a Trust New Art and Sound UK co-commission. Produced in collaboration with artdocs and The Swarm.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and by PRS for Music Foundation.
Somerset House exhibition is sponsored by Panasonic, Official Partner of the National Trust.
Martyn Ware’s speakers kindly provided by Bowers + Wilkins.