"In this work I used vibrating colour in a 1960s psychedelic style, and fused it with seven pure colours of chakra, adding black. From this I started the process of creating thousands of digital eight point Mandalas, with a focus on circle, octagon, lotus and lines. The work shows the appearance and disappearance of stroboscopic Mandalas. Supported by rhythm and music, the work seeks to evoke altered landscape, and a curiosity for different cultures and experiences. The sound is inspired by my first trip to India in 1977."
A response to Marcel Duchamp's works that arose from his interest in optics and chance.
With eight interacting colour fields this work draws and redraws boundaries in motion.
Developed by the artist as a strategy for dealing with his tinnitus—a masking agent.
A visual and audio metaphor for the incarceration of political prisoners.