textural flow in blue

8.00"W x 8.00"H x 0.8"D

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Preview screen shot 2017 11 30 at 8.15.22 pm

Kevin Baldwin

Seattle, WA

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: blue, fluid, acrylic, texture

Media: acrylic on canvas

Size: 8"W x 8"H x 0.75"D

Year Created: 2017

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Go look up Mark Applebaum's "The Metaphysics of Notation". This is not a visual art piece, but a graphic score meant to be interpreted by a performer. Not kidding.

"Graphic Scores" always intrigued me. Made famous by Earle Brown, I found it interesting that the visual elements of graphic scores had little to do with traditions of the classical cannon. In this work, I explore the textures that I identify with a classical piece of music, allowing for different colors, objects, and bleeding of one into the next.

KEVIN BALDWIN [IS] /exposing materials /collaborating with material MUSIC Kevin has traveled and performed as a soloist and in ensembles all over the world, including New York, NY; Beijing and Shanghai, China; and Paris, France. The New York Times reviewed one of Kevin’s concerts as “…precise and energetic…” Additionally, Kevin attended Akadmie Schloss Solitude as a composer in 2015, where he studied with Chaya Czernowin, Rebecca Saunders, and Ming Tsao. VIS.art Intrigued by the visual aesthetic of modern classical music's notation, Kevin began experimenting with visual art. Kevin began his visual art career exploring visual aesthetics in experimental music, such as notation, beyond the boundaries the genre would allow. EDUCATION Kevin is currently a DMA candidate in Music Composition at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. Kevin has earned his B.M. at the University of the Pacific, and received his M.M from the Manhattan School of Music.

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