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Jake-Andrew Nason

MA Fine Art

I am a multidisciplinary artist with a background in music. My practice works closely with sound and challenging sensory perception. As a person with synaesthesia, the painting aspect of my work is created around the visualisation of engagement with audio stimulus: a physicalised intangible experience, a “joined sense” – in my case displaying my response to sound as a colour, shape, texture or direction of application.

The soundworks created are developed from my research into coding chords and notes, colour charts, and “composition paintings” that are dictated by auditory exposure. These compositions become a new way of writing sheet music: a kind of expressive colour music score.

Through the spatial deconstruction and digitisation of the traditional method of viewing painting, and its existence in an exposition environment, my aim is to create a fluid and live data projection “painting” that isn’t to be housed by the physicality of painting form. By creating a sequenced visual narrative and attempting to encapsulate the performance of composition through digital layering, I aim to project a colour story synchronous with the audio stimulus present to create an immersive, multi-sensory environment.

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Work by Jake-Andrew Nason

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Work by Jake-Andrew Nason

– Exposure (detail)

Work by Jake-Andrew Nason

– Exposure (detail)

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