UNTITLED, 130x160 CM, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2008
UNTITLED, 160x130 CM, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2008
UNTITLED, 150x120 CM, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2008
UNTITLED, 180x130 CM, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2008
An investigation in tracing the coordinates of the spoken word, the written word, and the internal vision that follows them.
It is an attempt to find a “Holographic” image that expresses the sound and energy of a spoken word.
The written word always takes back to the spoken word, because sound is the primary stage of language, therefore sound or music will always come first.
We very often eliminate the sound from the written character, and so we lose the connection to our internal sound world.
As a practicing singer/musician I dealt with precisely this bond - the written word and the sound, on all of its relationship variations.
Then, after I stopped singing I often felt like I was removed from this internal sound world, and started to imagine how the written word would sound if it had its own voice.
Drawing became a way of sounding out a language, through marks and colours, While poetry has always been the wedding of sound and language.