Mapping Ocillations

A series of paintings and drawings created using vibration as medium and bronze forms as paint tools. In this case, site-specific electromagnetic frequencies (not detectible by human ear) are recorded and then adjusted into an audible frequency. The audible frequency is then applied to a black surface and used to vibrate paint-coated bronze forms to create paint patterns. Once dry, these paint marks become mapping points for hand-drawn hyper-connections which enable new forms to emerge. In essence, enlisting frequency as medium and through the transference of sound, turn the invisible into tangible form.