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‘Limen’ by United Visual Artists

Limen is a site-specific installation that orchestrates colour, sound and physical vibrations to explore our tendency to perceive harmonic patterns in nature.

How do colour and sound combine to create beauty? Does a such correlation even exist? This performative space articulates a fluctuating relationship between the sensory input we experience, ranging from moments of synaesthetic quality to moments of dissonance. Mostly, Limen explores the space in between, the thresholds where harmony might not be present in the environment but fabricated by our cognition.

Sound design by Richard Pike.

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