LOW PROFILE were invited by Plymouth Arts Centre to make a limited edition artwork for the labels of their house wine bottles.

The labels on each bottle feature song tiles taken from a survey of the top 20 most requested karaoke songs in the UK, with each title positioned to correspond with the starting note of the song. As the wine is poured from the bottle, reaching each line/note, drinkers are invited to turn the bottles into alternative tuning forks by blowing across the bottle to get the note and to aid a sing along.

By making a small alteration to how the wine bottles are used, LOW PROFILE hope to create an invitation for diners to ‘perform’ (or imagine performing) an action and that those enjoying a glass of wine at PAC could be tempted to sing a tune, or may find themselves accidentally having one stuck in their head.

Commissioned by Plymouth Arts Centre.