Primordial Rhythm is a new project, the result of a teamwork with Alexander Hornford and Marita Batna (as curator). This “instrument” was devised for and presented at Geelong After Dark, 5 May 2017, that once again gathered at Geelong’s centre thousands of people for the taste of art and the unexpected.
The sculpture reflects on the environment as moving energies, and draws upon the interface between technology and nature. It uses glass as medium to create experience of frequencies through aural, visual and tactile perception.
Thank you to all visitors and participants: we were amazed by opportunities to bring Primordial Rhythm to the night and engage in many conversations that emerged from the work and its interactive experience!
Included are some documentation images that provide a glimpse into our project. Alex (electronics artist) and myself enjoyed experimenting with Primordial Rhythm and it made us think about how it might evolve…