Beyond the Surface

Daniel Gawronski
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
March
   
15
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March
   
26
Beyond the Surface sound composition explores the theory of the parallel universe, the existence of supernatural realms and other worlds beyond that which we perceive.

INFORMATION

Beyond the Surface sound composition explores the theory of the parallel universe, the existence of supernatural realms and other worlds beyond that which we perceive. It is crafted using five naturally occurring points in a three-dimensional space translated into musical notes. These points are taken from a scene located in Sintra National Park in Portugal, where I placed lights at the base of trees and intersecting branches and took photos of the resulting patterns. 

 

The piece is activated by sound samples from the song, Triste Sina by Amália Rodrigues a famous fado vocalist. Pitch, tone and volume manifest from the translated nodes. Pulsing, floating echoes of sound travel through the space which exists in our own reality and one which is unknown and theoretical. 

 

The selection of the song is based on its’ relevance to the location and culture of where the piece was created and for the adaptable and malleable nature of the vocals and emotive chord structure. 

Click here for a sample.

Bio

Daniel Gawronski is a multidisciplinary artist. The theme of his work is about nature, time, technology and our connection to it. It seeks to identify and reveal a connection between the apparent and the subliminal impulses that shape this world. 

 

His current focus is translating natural occurring patterns into musical compositions using a combination of photography and sound manipulation and production applications. 

 

His exhibitions include ‘Ballarina’, L’Estruch, Sabadell 2017, ‘Beyond The Surface’, Zaratan, Lisbon 2017, ‘The Walls Can Sing’, Rubicon Gallery, Melbourne 2016, ‘Dust Plate’, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne 2015, ‘Hidden Symphony’, L’Estruch, Sabadell 2015 and ‘Reminisce’, El Spacio Practico, Barcelona 2014. He has completed artist residencies at DCR Guest Studios in Netherlands 2018, Zaratan in Portugal in 2017, De Licieras 18 in Portugal 2016, L’Estruch and Metafora in Spain 2015.

 

 Click here to review Daniel's website and here to check out his soundcloud.

Beyond the Surface sound composition explores the theory of the parallel universe, the existence of supernatural realms and other worlds beyond that which we perceive. It is crafted using five naturally occurring points in a three-dimensional space translated into musical notes. These points are taken from a scene located in Sintra National Park in Portugal, where I placed lights at the base of trees and intersecting branches and took photos of the resulting patterns. 

 

The piece is activated by sound samples from the song, Triste Sina by Amália Rodrigues a famous fado vocalist. Pitch, tone and volume manifest from the translated nodes. Pulsing, floating echoes of sound travel through the space which exists in our own reality and one which is unknown and theoretical. 

 

The selection of the song is based on its’ relevance to the location and culture of where the piece was created and for the adaptable and malleable nature of the vocals and emotive chord structure. 

Click here for a sample.

Bio

Daniel Gawronski is a multidisciplinary artist. The theme of his work is about nature, time, technology and our connection to it. It seeks to identify and reveal a connection between the apparent and the subliminal impulses that shape this world. 

 

His current focus is translating natural occurring patterns into musical compositions using a combination of photography and sound manipulation and production applications. 

 

His exhibitions include ‘Ballarina’, L’Estruch, Sabadell 2017, ‘Beyond The Surface’, Zaratan, Lisbon 2017, ‘The Walls Can Sing’, Rubicon Gallery, Melbourne 2016, ‘Dust Plate’, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne 2015, ‘Hidden Symphony’, L’Estruch, Sabadell 2015 and ‘Reminisce’, El Spacio Practico, Barcelona 2014. He has completed artist residencies at DCR Guest Studios in Netherlands 2018, Zaratan in Portugal in 2017, De Licieras 18 in Portugal 2016, L’Estruch and Metafora in Spain 2015.

 

 Click here to review Daniel's website and here to check out his soundcloud.

FEATURED  WORKS

‍DANIEL GAWRONSKI, BEYOND THE SURFACE, 2017, SOUND INSTALLATION

OTHER  EXHIBITIONS