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Prime Rhythms was born from conversations in late 2014 with the artist James Hugonin about the musicality and rhythm that exists in his paintings. These initial discussions focused on an upcoming exhibition taking place at the end of 2015. A series of his ‘Binary Rhythm’ paintings would be shown at Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, and he was keen to have a musical environment within the gallery, accompanying the works. This sound piece, Prime Rhythms, was the eventual outcome. James’ work is both visually engaging and theoretically intriguing.
A Prime Rhythms I 10:17 B Prime Rhythms II 11:11. Hand-cut 11" plexiglass lathe record in hand-numbered heptagonal sleeve + insert, limited to 67 copies.
Sam Grant - Prime Rhythms, Piano N. uk Prime Rhythms is sound piece built and composed by Grant in response to the paintings of James Hugonin Material Rhythms Reinhardt University Percussion Ensemble. World premiere of William Susman's Material Rhythms performed by Reinhardt University's Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Olivia Kieffer.
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