Synesthesia: is a neurological phenomenon in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to automatic, involuntary experiences in a second sensory or cognitive pathway. There are two overall forms of synesthesia: projective synesthesia and associative synesthesia. People who project will see actual colors, forms, or shapes when stimulated, as is commonly accepted as synesthesia; associators will feel a very strong and involuntary connection between the stimulus and the sense that it triggers. For example, in the common form chromesthesia (sound to color) a projector may hear a trumpet and see an orange triangle in space while an associator might hear a trumpet and think very strongly that it sounds "orange".
This is 5 days of noise and activity in our art studio complex.
Limited Edition (100) Giclée print. 42cm x 36cm / 16.5inch x 14.1inch (Including white border)
Printed on Council edition etching fine art paper (300gsm) using fade-resistant, archival inks.