In this latest series I take a look at sound frequencies in an attempt to present them in two and three dimensions. I'm particularly interested in exploring the possibility of presenting representations of sound waves that mimic the effects on the brain that listening to the same frequencies would have. Although my background is not in science or mathematics, I am fascinated by both and am extremely excited to explore these themes through visual media.
It all started with the question:
What if, all animals, all matter, all everything is either in harmony or in discord with one another relative to universal resonant frequencies? What if any or all of it could be manipulated to be in or out of phase with one another? How would this affect our environment and our health? What if fear, love, hate, excitement and intuition are physical reactions to sympathetic harmonic resonance? How could we use this information to better manage our time and place in the universe?
My current work takes on these questions examining the possibility that we all may be intangibly connected through an infinite network of frequencies. I examine the correlation between these universal frequencies, the circadian rhythm and the naturally occurring mathematical principle of Phi, Fibonacci and the golden mean. This new series uses a variety of audio and visual media including; conventional sound devices, vinyl records, and musical instruments as well as sonic and electromagnetic wave elements to express this concept.