Wall Drawing

2019-08-27T20:42:29Z (GMT) by Cat Hope
For String Quartet, Theremin and electronics.
Premiered by the Zephyr Quartet, November 2014, Adelaide ABC Classic FM studios.
"experimental music that radically challenges the way we think about music and performance and about the pervasive and seductive influence of new technologies". Chris Reid, Realtime Arts. Read the full review here.

"outstanding visually and aurally, using state-of-the-art media and skilful artistic invention" John McBeath, The Adelaide Advertiser. Read the full review here.
“It might seem to some that color is synonymous with decoration, but I try to use color objectively… I do not use color for effect.” Sol LeWitt, 2003.

This piece takes direct inspiration from the drawings of conceptual artist Sol LeWitt, and his statements that liken his art practice to that of composers of music. Using primary and secondary colour, and simple almost minimalist line drawing, the score contracts the short straight line with the curved continuous, as guides for musical structure. The piece was written during a residency at the Visby Centre for International Composers, supported by the AMC and ISCM.