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In my research on Sound and Light, the linear technique in this piece came about keeping in mind the ascensions and descents noted primarily through the sense of hearing.

Drawn without pause, to a piece of music by Carlos Paredes, whose language of electro acoustic music is particularly suited for abstract visual music, was drawn in a loose intuitive approach as well as consciously being aware of intently noting any pitches, changes in rhythm, which inturn guide the directions of the linear traces.

In this piece I used both hands, each hand “recording” the sense perceptions. This is the first phase which I call “Creative Hearing” while the sense of visual perception is purposely weakened.

The second phase involved there-organisation of shapes and the inclusion of colours to various repetitive plays of the music.

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Conceptually, the complete art workrevealed three states, the vegetative, inanimate and animate

worlds.

 

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