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Sonic wonderland

Sonic wonderland

After carving a few lime stone spheres I am thinking about what determines their forms and to be honest I am quite confused. On the one hand I am trying to follow my instinct rather than research the physics of sound on the other hand I have a very limited...

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Moon-jars

Moon-jars

  I want to share with you an experience I had last winter, it was just before Christmas, I walked through London, I had a bad day and it was raining. I was lost, wet and tried to make my way to the British Museum to look at the Korean ceramics. I was not allowed...

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Lockdown Sounds

Lockdown Sounds

  In these strangest of times…we have been in lockdown since several weeks.  Time takes on a whole other dimension, becomes timeless as the human made structures that normally are pinned to it have fallen by the wayside. I rarely steer my actions by a clock now,...

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Artwork

Artwork

Ann-Margreth Bohl works mainly in stone and metal and categorises her work by Installation, Drawing, Lettering and Sculpture. However, she also includes a variety of other media into her work, from beeswax to sound. Interested in light, shadow and the...

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Lüsenen… on reflection…

Lüsenen… on reflection…

Some thoughts on 'Lüsenen'... Queues of people outside the big red door of the crypt. Limiting the numbers of people at any given time down there as it is quite unbelievable how much the amount of visitors and their way of experiencing a work like this influences the...

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Lüsenen

Lüsenen

A sound installation in Gloucester Cathedral Each chamber in the crypt of Gloucester Cathedral has unique acoustic qualities. Ann-Margreth Bohl, sculptor and installation artist, has been collaborating with a team comprising musicians, a composer a sound designer and...

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Shop

Shop

About my drawings I draw to think and get a feel for a subject I am interested in. As an artist I often wonder what my contribution to the world is... every now and then when one of you has been touched by one of my pieces, big or small or when I have been able to...

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Pietrasanta day 5

Pietrasanta day 5

Pietrasanta day 5 Starting with a walk up the hill to the walls of the ‘fort’, from here the view is stunning, I am waiting for the sun to ‘lick’ the horizon in a secret and yet noticeable way when looking away for some minutes..I am fascinated by this..when do we...

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Pietrasanta day 4

Pietrasanta day 4

10th September, Pietrasanta I am staying in Pietrasanta, life here starts to feel a bit more familiar, the owners of the ‘Caffe al Teatro’ know which coffee I want, the woman in the bakery recognises me, and the smell of freshly baked bread at 4.30am woke me up before...

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