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Jake-Andrew Nason

Hypercolour, 2021

Painting : acrylic 47.2 x 39.4 x 2 inch


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Jake-Andrew Nason, Hypercolour

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Jake-Andrew Nason is a multidisciplinary artist and experimental musician with synaesthesia. The artist's practice is centred around the way the mind can perceive audio stimulus as color, texture, shape and movement. Exploring sensory perception, Nason documents the emotional and physical response to the relationships that exist between color and sound, and how they can reflect the minutiae and melancholia of the human condition through gestural abstraction and introspective layering.
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Karnik Gallery • London, United Kingdom

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47.2 x 39.4 x 2 inch
Not framed
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Hand-signed by artist

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Jake-Andrew Nason

Jake-Andrew Nason

United Kingdom


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