The drawings, paintings, photographs and film in this exhibition are based upon Rebecca Ainscough’s experiences living and working in Italy, Yemen, Turkey, India and West Africa.

With particular reference to how rhythmic sounds plays a fundamental role in language, music, belief systems and ritualistic rites of passage (a feature of all known human societies) she explores and documents visually how sound facilitates our sense of identity and sense of place.

The images are visual representations of site-specific sounds listened to and lived with in each location where they are a natural part of the rhythm of everyday life. The Angelus bell, the Temple chants, the Call to Prayer and the Drum.