Monday, February 22, 2010

stockhausen #3


Adding watercolour and opaque white to the palette of acrylic inks.

Pondering how to represent the time/space/linear nature of a musical piece. The appeal of one or two bars of music or a group of phrases is that the main visual forms are limited in number. I have in mind to make a book of images, the pages of which can be turned in time with the music, like a score. The images will also be displayed in linear sequence and as frames in a video.



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