T&P 2A – Outcome 5 – Conclusion No Daylight – KINETIC- Page 2

No Daylight – Kinetic

Light is an effective element that without its presence I will be lost. The illuminating sky, the small dimming lights that illuminating the interior of the warm households and the tense light that illuminate the void of corridors in spaces and places. Music is the thing that surrounds us with every second we breathe. The whistling sounds of trees and the water drops that mark the passing of time. Everything is amplified when the world connects with the listener.
Through this journey I was able in much depth the small things that revolve around me. The night sky has been part of this journey the darkness that these days revolved in where the inspirational elements that allowed the whisper and sound of Stephane Grappelli rediscover its essence. Lost in this world I wanted to bring into real life the energy that pertains within these distant matters that surrounds us all the time. Away and distant I wanted to find the connection that I see between these two elements.
Through various light and music experimentations I was able to reconnect myself to the sound of the violin. This bound was found again. Although I am still an active musician journeys like these I have to detach myself and this assignment has helped me to find soul in something that I am interested and can translate something from.
The nostalgic journeys that I use to have back and forth from one school and another were almost always done during the night sky and with some music that moved along. Although it took to this point to understand the relation of light and music I was always bound to acknowledge the immensity of these two parallels.
The movement that there is between light and sound is something that I wanted to investigate and find a means of translated this inner acknowledgment. Although there have been moments that where I found myself revaluing the whole thing and trying to find a clear voice upon which I could translate all of this, I have been able to direct this concept into a perspective that time revealed it to me.
Different peer groups’ feedback has enabled me to understand the notion of working in connection with the viewer. I have never been this open about my work I realised that there is crucial significance in taking this practice for the next future works. There is nothing wrong with exposing one’s way of understanding as it will allow me to clear and understand what I mean in taking on such a practice. Through Blog evaluation I had the ability to face value the essential parts of my project and expose myself into the world. Although all of this might have been overwhelming and scary at times, I believe that such practise has enabled me to evaluate opinions and different people’s way of understanding.

The final work that I was able to express is something that I consider that justifies the connection. Music and light have an aura that should be expressed and revealed in many different ways. My perspective is one that shares abstractness and a depth of flow. Although the work is saturated and there is no sense of colour dimensionality I have revealed the inner soul that is found within the deep sound of Jazz. The syncopated and vibrato effect that this music outlines has enabled me to understand the textural elements that transcend through the sound.
Music and light are two significant features that if we lack the presence of their existentiality one will lose the dynamism that lies within such matter. This revelation has no end to it and I am willing to push further this ideological aspect that can enable me to release it further through my artistic life. The initiation of such revelation stands as a key point of awakening. This thus significant to push forth what I truly believe and keep focus on the concept that I want to transcend to the viewer.


Further Research that justifies and brings into parallel different parallels of sound together with light:

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Visual designer willing to create greatness in the world

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