Written by Angeline McCall.

This Sunday the Frequency Festival will continue with an ample amount of festivities throughout the day to entertain anyone in Lincolnshire. All the vibrant colours, performances, and installations will continue the theme “Revolution”.

“Impermenant and Everlasting,” showcased by Alexis Rago will incorporate ceramics, audio, and technology while portraying the “destructive and generative processes in nature”. The event will take place in the Chad Varah Chapel from 10am to 5pm. Rago’s second event, “Chaos Continued”, is a solo expanding the limits of ceramics with large-scale, elaborate works integrated with sound and imagery that will reference biological and evolutionary ideas. Check out this event from 10am to 5pm at the National Centre for Craft and Design.

Mirrors and optical illusions will be the vertex Emma Dex Dexter’s presentation, “Universal Cabaret”. The images, however, won’t tell just any narrative; they will transform into a message of capitalism, amplifying the human’s need to create and destroy. This piece demonstrates that “a society governed by excessive greed and consumerism has forfeited freedom and trust”. This social commentary piece can be seen in St. Magdalene Church from 10am to 5pm.

While Lincoln is known for it’s historic roots, Trope’s piece “Converso” will reanimate Posterngate, an underground Roman ruin often forgotten. The exhibition, specifically designed for Lincoln’s Frequency Festival, will bridge Lincoln’s buried past with modern times through audio-visual kinetic sculpture from 10am to 5pm.

Many other events are scheduled to take place around the city throughout the day, and more details on each event, as well as the festival as a whole, can be found on www.frequency.org.uk.