Primary goal of this project is to examine relations between visual and audio perceptions, their crossing points and integrations. Some displayed artifacts are practically presented through the idea of synesthesia (a condition in which one type of stimulation evokes the sensation of another, as when the hearing of a sound produces the visualization of a color). Few installations are constructed of both the visual and the audio segments, while other exhibits are created as synesthetic visual responses to heard sounds and noises.
Using completely different materials with their very own characteristic, I tried to accomplish reversible synesthetic procedures. To make the visual pictures associated with the harked sounds, and to generate the sound according to already created artistic visual objects.
Through the history of music the term drone was used to indicate harmonically rich or simple monophonic, but constantly and continually emitting sound, which with its own characteristics, expressed through complex layering and endless repetition, creates an atmosphere of infinite space and time.