Altered Perspectives at The House of St Barnabas’ Chapel

For just two days this week (Wednesday December 11 and Thursday December 12) The House of St Barnabas in Soho will be exhibiting a site-specific installation designed by the widely respected light artist Rupert Newman. Visitors can expect to see Newman’s trademark pattern designs projected onto the chapel’s 17th century alter.

Open to the public between 6-8pm, this three-minute audio-visual display in the St. Barnabas Chapel is set to be a rare collaboration between Newman and composer Sarah Warne who has created fittingly futuristic sound effects for this installation.

Rupert 1Courtesy of The House of St. Barnabas and Rupert Newman

Rupert 2Courtesy of The House of St. Barnabas and Rupert Newman

by Stephanie Clair

Altered Perspectives will be open to the public between 6pm-8pm 11 and 12 December 2014.

The House of St Barnabas supports London’s homeless back into sustained work though their non-profit members club in Soho

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