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A History of Frogs

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Seven Seilie Bells

Seven brass bells exhibited in conjunction with 'Feywild,' an exhibition of paintings by AHOF's own Chase Biado at Noon Projects.

April 29 ‚Äď June 4, 2022

From the exhibition:

Biado and his partner, Antonia Pinter, creatively collaborate to form A History of Frogs. A.H.O.F. is a conceptual design project that issued forth from the couple‚Äôs desire to introduce play-logic as supreme disruptor of the status quo. For the duration of Feywild, they present seven seilie bells, a collection of cast bells whose addition to the exhibition offers not only a lustrous sculptural element, but a sonic one as well. Each bell‚Äôs tone is unique yet melodious, the respective pitch connoting achievement or reception, as if rendered intentionally in a key apropos to the castle. The term ‚Äúseilie‚ÄĚ is reminiscent of the Olde Scottish and nods to the culture‚Äôs faerie folklore. Indicating happiness, blessings and good fortune, the bells offer revelation in proximity to Feywild.

Text by Amy Bernstein



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