The work presented here is a result of a continuing interest in mystery, imagination and the psychological effects of sound on the visual mind, such as synaesthesia. It is both a personal interpretation of the unknown and a visualisation of concrete sound.
“the unknown” – Both faith and science aim to achieve an understanding of the unknown, cosmology and particle physics endeavour to unstitch the codes of reality while religion aims to give it meaning. Through my work I hope to achieve a visualisation of this “unknown”; balancing on the cusp between the revealed and the conceptual.
“concrete sound” – Sound that describes physical dimensions and space. This interpretation of music and sound has been used to inform the geometry and repeated forms within my work, which are intended to exist between the real and imaginary.