Ekhos is a series of bronze sculptures based on the ‘cup and ring’ marks that you sometimes find carved into old rocks. Also known as petroglyphs they are usually, but not always, ascribed to the late Neolithic and early Bronze-Age periods of prehistory. Our theory is that these marks are designs and ideas for ancient instruments, which folk at the time didn't have the means to make. They left us these handy instructions in the hope that we would cast these shapes in bronze as soon as we got the chance. Unfortunately the human race has been distracted for the last 5000 years and these markings have been left unused... until now.
Thanks for the heads up and sorry it took us so long