This small sound installation fits on a tea tray, and invites the listener / viewer to lean in to hear the faint ghosts inhabiting the teacups. The cups speak and sing with their own voices, hinting at their tempestuous lives and their fears of a violent death. The tray trembles from time to time, a portent or memory of disaster.

Ghost Cup featured in the Reembodied Sound Symposium at Columbia University, New York, organised by Matt Goodheart, April 2017.