I've been away from Redroom for a while. I've been busy getting my CD out, which is done. It is now available at cd baby and itunes. I want to thank the 1505 people who have read my blog, if Redroom's count is exact. That sounds so high, I have a hard time believing it. Being a musician and a writer, I can testify to a couple of things. When I hear music in my head (i.e. all the time :)), and when I hear words, all that seems to be happening in the same region of the brain. But when I write music, and when I write words, I really sense a difference. Nothing scientific, here, just a personal remark.
And to confuse things a little more, I've started taking and editing digital pictures. You can view them on my facebook page. So now I "see" music when playing, I "hear" pictures when looking at them. Not as real physical sensations, but close. I in particular, seem to react to rhythm in a picture: alternance of dark and light regions, especially if it's regular.
There would be much to say about the interconnectedness between words, music, images. The short answer is: all these art forms create an artificial (= made with art, i.e. with skill) space in which the recipient lives for the time of the "performance."
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