Here are photos courtesy of Unusualimage of Part2ism‘s recent exhibition “New Horizons & Future Love Songs” and Red Gallery in London. An amazing exhibition that shows Part2ism’s importance as one of today’s contemporary scene not only as artist but a pioneer of our culture. Steven Pratt wrote a great review of the show below.


4 new pieces hang 4 different schemes to communicate and thaw-out the frozen music from its architecture with new fresh dimensional mapping techniques, quilting mind with new synaesthesia.

The new horizontal love songs resemble the electronic programming screen-scape’s found ubiquitously in music apps such as Cuebase and Logic Audio. Here Part2ism horizons manifest in the non-screen world as an assembly of wooden strips cut to various lengths, projecting an ‘ear-eye-ear loop’ of vibrant hyper-chromatic engineering. Aerodyna-rhythmic concord of colour to imitate moving digital arrangements, audio tracks await reconnection by neuro-counterbalance with the central nervous system, like people awaiting travel connections at a rail station: “a meta-mental point of contact with our other selves”.

Emerald encrusted railroads for the ear, perceptible audio/visual phenomena frozen like multi fruit lollipops, tasted in splice-time mixed for the palate by Part2ism. The new flash work launches alternate understanding by looking into listening closely, for me, the slices of kaleidoscopic horizons re-release waltzing sound contraptions from Part2ism back into the visual continuum. Melodic strategy deployed by candy canons of fireworks and rockets to dock with open eye sockets. Look out, listening!

Love harmony floats in the air, purple hue flesh mint scintillation past rose shift outwards to grey pink petal to metal, and black to white and back to ear world, hyper-sonic boundary dissolution. A full spectrum painted on wood to tune in timbre tone melody and riddim’, call it Part2ism: language versus the equation.

“The different experienced components such as colour, harmony and melody, meter and rhythm, dynamics, and form correspond to the different segmental ranges of this unified time”. The total musical result at any given compositional level is simply the “spectrum” of a more basic duration—i.e., its “timbre,”–Karlheinz Stockhausen

Words by–Steven Pratt