"Art is in the eye of the beholder".

Each piece of art which moved me, is creating a synesthesia effect in my brain...

I can hear the sound of what I see !

"My sound vision of…" is meant to add a temporal dimension to a static piece of art (painting, sculpture…).

Although an image is looked at as a whole, a soundtrack has a beginning and an end.

It needs to be heard from start to finish in order to be understood.

In "My sound vision of…", both our eyes and ears are needed.

It is not "a painting with an added soundscape" but an entity. Each individual component complements and enhances the other.

Sound is not a simple casing or frame to embellish what we see. It amplifies and sometimes transcends what we are looking at.

One sense alone is not enough to satisfy our emotions. It is the mix of the two that provides nuance and subtlety to what we feel. In a way, life is a ‘palette’ with a sound and visual rainbow.

Imagine if the sound in a Hitchcock movie was removed and "see" what’s left…

What’s left if you remove the sound of thunder during a big thunderstorm…only lightning.


Now watch and Listen carefully...

They talk about it :
“In "Berthet" I found lots of sounds, like, coming from the past...like all that people, lived in the past, talk to each other, and the stones memorised their voices, that I could hear trough your sound. All these Greek profiles are talking trough you. 
The power of the sound is huge! You create emotions through sounds! Amazing!”
Irina Taneva - Painter

“It’s amazing how the painting, which is static, become alive, telling me a story...“
Miguel Mallol - Curator

“I was listening to your Sound Visions this afternoon and found them quite captivating”
Justina Kochansky - Artist/sculptor

“I’m a great fan of “Le Cri“, but I discovered some details I never saw before, thanks to your sound...!”
Eduardo D. - Visitor

They talk about it :

“In "Berthet" I found lots of sounds, like, coming from the past...like all that people, lived in the past, talk to each other, and the stones memorised their voices, that I could hear trough your sound. All these Greek profiles are talking trough you. 

The power of the sound is huge! You create emotions through sounds! Amazing!”

Irina Taneva - Painter


“It’s amazing how the painting, which is static, become alive, telling me a story...“

Miguel Mallol - Curator


“I was listening to your Sound Visions this afternoon and found them quite captivating”

Justina Kochansky - Artist/sculptor


“I’m a great fan of “Le Cri“, but I discovered some details I never saw before, thanks to your sound...!”

Eduardo D. - Visitor

"Spirited horse"

Natacha Mercier - 2 min

(2014 Lille ART’UP

live sound design performance)

Berthet - 3 min

"L’affaire Spark

aux Tournesols"

Spark - 1 min

Contemporary Art

"The Journey"

Alix Philippe - 3min

"Deciding the World’s Future"

Mihov- 3 min 30

"Broken Capitalism"

Mihov- 4 min

"Force Majeure"

Mihov- 3 min 30

You should put your headphones on or listen with good loudspeakers. Smartphones or laptops are not suitable to play bass/low frequencies.

Classic Art

"Elephants"

Salvador Dali - 3min

"Female Figure with

Head of Flowers"

Salvador Dali - 2 min

"L'annonciation"

Leonardo Da Vinci - 2 min

"Le Cri"

Edvard Munch - 3 min

"My sound vision of…"

Sound Creation Collection

"Selyles Symphonie II”

Mihov- 2 min 51

"Blue Eclipse"

Decolife- 2 min 54

"SCAR"

Bosko- 2 min 24

"Wheel of Fortune"

Blandine Martin- 4 min 25

"The Squeeze"

Blandine Martin- 2 min 37

 

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