In collaboration with Heritage Open days and the Hindu Temple and Community Association, Artists in the City, Reading commissioned musician and sound sculptor Max Eastley to create an installation for the Hindu Temple in Whitley Street, Reading.
The piece celebrates the building's rich history and its changing use by two religious communities. Built in the early twentieth century, the architectural space reflects the desire of Methodist preaching to bring together the congregation in an informal, expansive semi-circle on two levels. The original architectural elements are still in place. The floors, seating and walls have been recently refurbished and are now used as a community space by the Hindu Temple.