10 aprile 2010

Sound Fragments

"Sound Fragments" by Shannon Novak, is open until 2 May 2010

This is the start of a global art project from Shannon Novak, emerging artist from New Zealand, devoted to geometric abstraction, using geometric forms to represent his ongoing exploration into the link between sound, colour and emotion.

This is his latest study in his ongoing exploration of the link between colour, sound and emotion - a study that examines sound as fragments exploding outward from a focal point. In this instance, the focal point represents a musician who through the act of performing emanates sound fragments' made up of musical note or notes drawn from octave of twelve semitones.

Through a unique blend of geometric forms of vibrant colours, the installation exposes the sound fragments in their raw and simple beauty.

From its origin in Sanderson’s OuterEdge Project window, Auckland, New Zealand, Sound Fragments will ‘resonate’ first across New Zealand and eventually internationally with an ever-expanding ring of participating galleries in locations including, Belgium, Iceland, Nigeria, Italy, the UK and the USA.

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