concertina clacker book in box 2016
Rhythm, melody, tone, harmony: these are descriptions of sound according to music theory. But the perception of music can be so much more than these fundamental elements; it can evoke shape, colour, motion, emotion. By contrasting the plain typeset pages from a book that analyses listening to music with flipside pages of pure colour, this clacker-board concertina looks at the idea of synaesthesia—where the stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to automatic experiences in another sensory or cognitive pathway.
Inkjet-printed on Zerkall using pigment inks
Upcycled book pages from Listening to Music by Douglas Moore