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    Synesthesia 1

    Synesthesia 1
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    Wednesday, October 10, 2007 :: Some still frames from Synesthesia 1. A video of 'Synesthesia 1' and 'Synesthesia 2: Undulations'.

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    "Synesthesia" pieces are often musical-film works, which are conceived with a focus on the senses of sight and sound. These works are capable of being performed only by individuals who are practiced in the visual and musical arts.

    These images are examples of performances, rehearsals and installations of synesthesia works. Some are collaborations.

    The work is conceived as a unified audio and visual experience. The images and sounds are intended to be experienced simultaneously. This composition is inspired by a neurological phenomenon (called synesthesia) whereby sensory stimuli are confused. A person with synesthesia has their senses "linked" together, resulting in sounds that can be interpreted visually and images that can be interpreted aurally.

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