This canvas wants to bring forward the theme music in my series Arts in the Dark. The third installation features a singing tree at the center of a wind hose that makes it produce a slightly discordant and penetrating choral sound covering a range of several octaves. The theme has also inspired different musicians like … Continue reading Whistling in the Dark
A Cosmology of Civilization
The aim of this painting is to visualize the similarities that are existing between the cosmical cycles and that of the civilization process. It is also the cover for a music album that features an opera with the same title. The description of that album will go into more detail about the used symbolism. This … Continue reading A Cosmology of Civilization
The Becoming of a Symphonic Rock Opera.
About the composition of a symphonic rock opera on the synclavier.
Mystic Cyclical Synthetism.
My artistic approach found inspiration in Frank Zappa’s Project/Object concept for his work in various mediums. Each project (in whatever realm) is part of a larger object, that I call mystic cyclical synthetism.
The Multiverse of the Maharajagar, Muse and The Simulation Theory.
The Maharajagar deals with introspective themes, including relationships and social alienation that follow a pattern rooted into its original framework; The Mahabharata. However, with the book's progress, the literary concepts have become more ambitious, addressing issues such as the evolution of technology, apocalypse, absolution and catastrophic war. It also focuses on themes of government oppression, uprising, love, … Continue reading The Multiverse of the Maharajagar, Muse and The Simulation Theory.
The Enigma Called Frank Zappa
Last week we had a film festival on our little rock in the Atlantic; The Las Palmas Film Festival 2019. My general appreciation of the program was lukewarm, but there was one documentary that stuck out. It wasn’t even part of the official section but was screened in the margin of the festival as a private … Continue reading The Enigma Called Frank Zappa
My Hero, Zero
Zero? Yeah, zero is a wonderful thing. In fact, Zero is my hero! How can zero be a hero? Well, there are all kinds of heroes, you know. A man can get to be a hero for a famous battle he fought or by studying very hard and becoming a weightless astronaut And then there … Continue reading My Hero, Zero
Inspired by Lovecraft
Lots of contemporary artists have found their inspiration in Lovecraft’s literature. Although the foundations of my own writing project, The Maharajagar, are loosely rooted in the structure of the Mahabharata, some of the window dressing is inspired by Lovecraft’s Universe. Continuing my research of this newly found cave, I discovered nightmarish creatures resting in a … Continue reading Inspired by Lovecraft
The Artist as an Einzelgänger
In this post I would like to explore some artistically personality traits as inspired by the compositions of Giorgio Morode. The album Einzelgänger was first produced in Germany in 1975 and contained some electronic experimental soundtracks that at the time of its release attracted almost zero attention. The Englishman Bellotte was in charge of the … Continue reading The Artist as an Einzelgänger