A group exhibition colliding abstract art within an experimental space.
And We Heard The Colours Sound originates in the thought that sound and art may collide and result in abstract visual narratives. As a visual art movement, Abstract art has created an experimental space for artists to investigate the harmonious qualities of line and form, whilst often incorporating on other creative mediums like poetry and music to influence their art-making.
In a contemporary landscape this notion gives artists the opportunity to activate an experimental space within the Abstract genre by creating emotive visuals in reaction to sound. The notion of the cross-pollination of creative forms – like visual art and sound – offers visual artists a new space in which they can conceptualise artworks. Featuring Butkow, Machate, Pather, Phetshane and Van Wyk.
Venue: Lizamore and Associates Gallery, 155 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood
Time: 1 Feb 6pm | Tue to Fri 10am to 5pm | Sat 10am to 3pm