I have found a process where I can get closer to the source of my concept being every atom, cell and thought have their own sonic signature and finding ways to record and demonstrate this in sound and visuals.
Following this sketch I have decided to create a series of photographs. I am working with the crossover and interaction of energy. I have taken a series of photographs and will cut out the body shapes stack, and interlock them to create one image. Focus being on the energy transmission of the crossover in body parts.
I find myself reflecting on what does it mean to be a fine artist? It is so broad and covers so many disciplines, such as sonic, installation, interactive, film, photography, sculpture, paint, the list goes on. I regularly visit exhibitions, and think why is this fine art, how did it get exhibition space and support? The most recent one I visited was Richard Long -Time and Space .
I enjoy using science, technology and art to inspire and inform my work. I cross numerous disciplines to create my pieces, like ceramics, casting, sculpting, photography, painting, printing, 3d printing, sound design, 3d CAD design, laser cutting and graphic design.
The fablab is an environment for my art process to expand. I would describe myself as part of the maker movement. My passion is researching, designing and creating usable items, instruments, systems that can be used within the art sector but will also cross over as a usable design for clinical innovation.
To create an Interactive Neuro Design, BCI (Brain computer Interface) this is software and hardware that will react and interact in relation to the brain waves.
A head garment that transmits via brainwaves and frequency patterns, transpose data into visuals or audible sound (voice, or musical instrument, notation) and/ or 3d print, laser cut the brain pattern into 3d sculptures. This work will be clinical innovation, art installation, sonic art, performance art and sculpture.
I have booked my very first trade stall at an event that has a 30,000 foot fall per day, nothing like a bit of pressure.
I am in the process of turning some of my prints and paintings into wallpapers and textile prints.
Teaching myself this skill has been laborious and boring, no where near as stimulating as throwing paint about and mixing up strange chemicals to see what textures they create, but the results are phenomenal and I am really pleased.
Step 1 – was to watch as many youtube tutorials as I could find but surprisingly there weren’t that many