Visual Music Project Stage 3 Op.2
Op.2 of 4 from The Visual Music Project Stage 3.
"Sound optional but recommend play silent, since the work is for the eye, not the ear." - Michael Nicholson
"A copy of the complete original work, released in Wellington (2008), that asserts itself as the first example of a fully mature musical form addressing the human eye rather than the human ear. Tracing origins back to the German / Russian Blaue Reiter group (Klee, Miro, Kandinski) who thought of their work as 'visual music' at the beginning of the last century (1898-1910). These four pieces are the outcome of the artists long pedigree of engagement with finding-out-by-doing projects in his studio and around the landscape and his collaboration with video synthesizer and computer operators in their work places." - Michael Nicholson
Project oversight and composition: Michael Nicholson
Assembly: Diane McAllen