The artist is fascinated by the codes which program us biologically.
A touch of Edward Collier exhibits another layer of the artistic, inspirational spectrum.
Her work is a personal interpretation of Vanitas, using Chladni style vibrational sound waves collected directly from the spiritual realm.
She sees herself as an interpreter, an observer of what ‘simply is’, seeing her work as a puzzle, a map, and a musical composition.
Most of the works in this collection are of an A4 size, created with a combination of colouring pens, wool, fine calligraphy pens, and watercolour paint.
The catalogue colours may differ slightly from the original works. The collection consists of 7 works.
The collection is based on “The Rose – Zero-knowledge Protocol (5523)”. It features on the front cover of the catalogue. It is not for sale.
Each of us is surrounded by our holographic memories.
Who can fathom what encloses each person? That is the question posed by the artist with thiscollection.
The artist started on the collection while in the Republic of SouthKorea, and has continued working on it throughout her travels which have included; Japan, the Republic of South Africa, Hong Kong, New Delhi in India, and Shanghai – Zulijiao in the Republic of China.
She completed the work, which spanned over 8 years in these different locations, in 2016 in the Sultanate of Oman.
The work has taken many years to see, to download from the spiritual realm, and many more, to translate into its current artistic interpretation.
She added a ‘wool element’ to most work during 2016.
The positive energy of the buyers of her art is as important to her as the positive energy with which she has visualized, formed, and presented in her art.
The artist encourages the buyers of her art to enter into a relationship with her, and her art, as part of an ongoing relationship that can be characterized as a holographic soul memory exchange.
Copies to download of the catalogue for the exhibition, are available. Just scroll down this page.
You will see that it is in two different pdf files. The pdf file, to use if you would like to take a closer look at the work, will be the one, marked ‘pages’.
There is also a copy enclosed of the ‘Chladni’ musical pattern grid. Do feel free to take a look at it.
By now you have probably guessed that the artwork here, each contains a musical composition if you know how to read it. It may keep you busy for years to find it.