Description Using sound to generate resonant harmonics is a means of elevating awareness. These prints attempt to visualise the resonant structures on a material level and find visual equivalents. Derived from the original carbon essence drawings, they emphasize the organic structures and intricate forms of the carbon material.
Alexander Small, London Member Since January 2011 Artist Statement Born in the UK, Alexander studied art and philosophy in Bristol and has been a practicing artist for the past seven years. He has regularly exhibited around the UK, Europe, and North America and traveled to India researching traditional art forms. He has been a resident artist, trustee and volunteer at the Artist Sanctuary in Northampton and a member of the Northampton Arts Collective volunteering at the Fishmarket Gallery. He is currently studying at Camberwell College of Art for an MA and recently received the Juliet Gompert’s Trust Award. Other projects include a collaborative practice ‘Art ] iculating History’ placing art concepts in historical contexts and Gallery S6X both with Jonathan Alibone.