Synaesthesia: an overlapping of senses.
Based on the concept of synaesthesia, this piece reacts to both sound and movement, representing them as colour and shape respectively—this means the colour created in these images is a result of the music being played and the shapes projected are a response to the movement of the dancer.
The light and colour is projected through a lens to create an encompassing light source.
When there is movement and sound played together they work harmoniously to create the full visuals.
When there is only sound, a single colour is projected. The colour is created by the frequency of the sound being converted to a HSL/RGB value.
When the room is still, the projection is white.
All photographs by Clare Malseed.
Music by James Robert Anthony Holden.
Performance by Elizabeth Ophelia Alice Rose.
Created by Timothy Holloway.