I have a deep and abiding love of both music and the visual. Hardly surprising then that I would be drawn to audio-visual art and motion graphics. While I am not the greatest, nor have massive resources, I do try to express what occurs to me, what I see, hear and feel. The projects are all dedicated to my friends and family. I have had all sorts of help along the way – particuarly from Matt of Halcyon Creations aka Ripproots and a pile of other names, my daughters Shakira, a talented photographer, take a look at her page on my Pinterest account – f4mmedia – and my daughter Monique.
I like to combine colour, audio of varying forms and genres, movement, shape, text. The latter text is all too often ignored by av artists. I would use spoken word a lot more but my deeply Midlands accent tends not to work so often, I also have a massively sibilant ‘s’ which gives riose to a whistling in my speech, sometimes I think I might just manage to cut through glass with it.
Audio-visual art takes many forms … or at least it can. From the computer generated imagery of motion graphics to that art which is essentially film based.
A lot of what I produce is somewhat of a form of a ‘chamber music’ of av art.
and here back to the vj performance
it has been a while
it will be nice to throw some visuals onto a screen with dave and the other guys
colours heard – a corruption, but delightfully so, of the notion of synaesthesia
also the name of a series of recent audio-visual art events from futurhood av
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