Untitled n. 018 from White Noise series by Sebastiano Sallemi
“White noises are compared by analogy to white light, as the latter, in fact, is the sum of all the colors of the iris, so a white noise is the sum of all possible frequencies it is a sound capable of eliminating acoustic disturbances, allowing the listener to calm the mind and body “.
The work presented is part of the series of works entitled “White noises”, a series of aesthetic experiments provide an analysis of “poetic-visual” or “sound-painting”, conceived as the relationship between sound and color. The cultural perspective of the project is to elaborate a deep research on the sensory perceptions related to sound, light and color the elements generate attention to detail on the canvas capable of dialoguing with each other through an articulated and rigorous vertical partition, which alludes to fragments of memories and landscapes translated by the artist into colored backgrounds and inserted inside the surface, following a meticulous analytical procedure. The rhythmicity of the surface refers the observer to a playful vision that highlights both the aesthetic aspect linked to the design idea of the pictorial texture, and the anthropological too, connected to the emotional and sensory reaction of the individual. A fleeting vision full of sound energy runs through a succession of abstract forms, moving to a specific and personal expressive purpose.
Form, Light, Noise, Combination, Energy, Original Painting, Abstract Painting