Sound source is attached to acrylic plate. Paint is being added on plate while it is vibrating with audio frequencies. Thus, sound is shaping patterns of actual artwork.
Proof of concept
Early tests was made with micro-vibrating resonance speakers and small subwoofer:
Performances Here are the videos from first private and public performances.
First private test performance.
Public test performance at Mikroton Live 17 festival.
3 sound sources are attached to 3 transparent acrylic plates (100x100x0.2 cm each). Black light fluorescent and oil paint is being added on plate while it is vibrating with audio frequencies. Sound is generated with modular synthesizer and separated into 3 bands: bass, middle and treble. Sound sources are fed with 3 separate sound streams.
3 bands in conjunction are representing audible sound spectrum mapped to visible light spectrum. Interaction between sound vibrations and base plate with paint is responsible for the resulting artwork.
Three artworks in conjunction represent audible spectrum mapped to visible spectrum. Here is the music, recorded while artworks were being made:
LOW FREQUENCY BAND
LF Light colours: Purple/Red/Orange
MIDDLE FREQUENCY BAND
MF Light colours: Yellow/Green/Blue-green
HIGH FREQUENCY BAND
HF Light colours: Blue/Violet
BRINSTAAR + MARI LOVA
In this collaboration we are carrying out research on the sound visualisation. We are using sound as a medium along with acrylic and oil paint. We are developing our own interpretation of relations between sound, color and shape inspired by past works of Russian artists, synesthetes and researchers, Wassily Kandinski and Alexander Scriabin. Our goal is to reveal music and pictorial art synergy, to discover connection of sound and color.