Synesthesic Concert

Art Center

Fri 11 Nov 2017 at 4 pm - Music Room

Alex Cecchetti

concert / with Natan Kryszk

At the opening of the Tamam Shud exhibition Polish musician Natan Kryszk will be offering a unique kind of concert: using his synesthetic gifts, he will transform paintings by Alex Cecchetti into a work for the piano.

In the Music Room are a piano and a musical score inspired by the artist's 500,000 Azaleas. These kaleidoscopic paintings bring together flowers destined to reveal their underlying sonority through musical interpretation. For the vernissage Alex Cecchetti is inviting synesthetic musician Natan Kryszk for a concert-performance at which you'll hear colours and see sounds!

Natan Kryszk

In parallel with his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, the Polish musician Natan Kryszk is involved in many musical projects. Former player of the Warsaw Improvisers Orchestra and the improvisation group Pokusa, he also collaborated as a saxophonist with Jesień, Fischerle, Black Coffee, Cosovel, Mięśnie, Rosa Vertov, Black Coffee, Ray Dickaty, Stephan Clor, Rasmus Kjærgård Lund, Christian Meaas Svendsen, Tomasz Duda, Paweł Szamburski Moretti, Olo Walicki, Milosz Cirocki and many others. As a visual artist, he participated in Sharon Lockhart's project for the 57th Venice Biennale, Little Review, and also worked with Pawel Althamer on the Life of Trees ’s project.


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