Natalia Black, Musica Universalis MI#, fine art print, 103 x 106 x 0.1 cm
Medium(s): high definition print on metal (aluminium)
10 limited editions
This work can be easily hanged as it has an aluminium rail rectangle at the back.
Courtesy of the Fendersky Gallery.
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Artist - Selected Recognitions
- Associate Member of the Royal Ulster Academy
- Award-winning artist (at the Royal Ulster Academy’s annual exhibitions)
- Exhibited at the Royal Ulster Academy (Belfast), Royal Hibernian Academy (Dublin) and Royal Academy (London)’s annual exhibitions
The title Musica Universalis or Music of the Spheres refers to an ancient philosophical concept introduced by Pythagoras, which regards the regular proportions in the movements of celestial bodies – the sun, moon and planets, as a form of music because of their harmony. Yet, Black’s works recall and the time departs from regular patterns and harmonies, as she comments: ‘There is a noise as well as music coming from each of the piece’.
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