“Ichographs” is a series of audio and visual works where colors are transformed into audio frequencies.
“Ichographs II – Absentia” was created during the covid-19 pandemic, a time that was defined by the absence of thousands of people.
“Ichographs vanLoon” is a audiovisual installation from the Ichographs series of works, created for BOZAR’s exhibition for Theodoor van Loon and it is based on five of his paintings.
A sound and picture artwork that explores the relationships between colors and frequencies with the famous painting of Raffaello “Madonna del Prato”.
Audio and video artwork that uses images as a starting point in order to create various sonic environments by exploring the relationship between color into sound frequencies.
The starting point for this work is the woodcut by A. Tassos entitled “Marinos Antipas, Killerer 1910”
“Ichograph Triptych – Monet” is a digital art derived from the installation “Ichographs”. Three still frames from the installation’s video are composing this image.