JG Contemporary

Vidya (Study 3)

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Jake Andrew
Vidya (Study 3), 2022
Signed
Acrylic on paper
34 5/8 x 26 in
77 x 57 cm
Unframed

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A multidisciplinary artist and experimental musician with synaesthesia, Jake-Andrew's practice is centred around the way the mind can perceive audio stimulus as colour, texture, shape and movement.
Exploring sensory perception, Jake-Andrew documents the emotional and physical response to the relationships that exist between colour and sound, and how they can reflect the minutiae and melancholia of the human condition through gestural abstraction and introspective layering.
​Working between Norwich and London and exhibiting internationally, this work is an invitation to the audience, welcoming them in to explore a physical manifestation of an immersion within sound and colour where the two can exist as one, if only for a little while. Inviting them to question their own sensory perception and how they process what it means to exist in todays turbulent society.
We all have a relationship with colour and sound and this work exists as an expressive, physical performance that allows him to create projected installation environments.

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