One of a collection of work informed by research into synaesthesia, particularly seeing sound as colour. These abstract textile sculptures are visual, textural representations of music.
Felt is used for its acoustic properties and metal armature so that the pieces feel like speakers to touch.
The contrast between the soft flowing visual and firm tactile qualities further explore the idea of senses being confused.
Each soundscape is presented in a 9 inch unglazed white box frame.
Soundscape one has been used in promotional material for Open College of the Arts, including this full page advert in Selvedge magazine, The Knit Issue.