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Check my permanent Art collection in Meural!0
I had the honor to collaborate with the London Orchestra of the City, conducted by Chris Hopkins, to visualize the Prelude of Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde, as part of performances taken place at the International Art Festival #Tribe17.
Conditions were not optimal, but I managed to sync my synaesthetic visuals with Chris performance.
This past 5th of September, I was invited by the University of Architecture and Design of Wellington to give a lecture.
Among the topics, I shared my whole sto0
Yesterday September 24th I had the pleasure to give the talk “Synaesthesia and Digital Art” at the Frontline Club, in the 2015 Winners’ Gala. It’s very rewarding to know that people enjoyed it and I could finally tell my story in a wonderf0
Tomorrow I will be giving a talk “Synaesthesia & Digital Art” in London at Frontline Club in London, as part of a digital art seminar organised by the Lumen Prize, And after that the three main prizes will be announced. Very exciting! You can register here.0
I recently had the opportunity to participate at the TRIBE#15 Art Festival in London, it was amazing!
There I projected this video-mapping
Chrom-Art co-founder, Javier Melian, organiser of the event, asked me a few questions.
It’s a very good read to know more about my art.
Better than the Real Thing – Meet David Moraton
03 Sep Artist · Interviews · Chrom-Art · TRIBE15 · 3D
By Javier Melian – Chrom-Art.org co-founder
David Moraton is the video artist of the moment. He is currently focused on three-dimensional videos that are a faithful reflect of Contemporary Classical Music. David has a perceptual condition called synaesthesia. This means that when he hears sounds he gets to see involuntarily colours in his mind. So in his practice David projects this very personal chromatic experience of music and sound, as well as his philosophical vision of Nature.0
Finally I finished ‘Satori’, video and photographs exposed until end of December at the Center of Visitors in La Gomera. In the press section there are some articles about the exhibition and the I Biennial of Architecture, Art and Landscape of the Canary Islands where it’s integered.
‘Satori’ is a Japanese word that literally means ‘to understand’, and it’s used in the scope of the Zen and the Tantra to denominate a special moment of ‘illumination’ of the conscience. It is arrived through an inti0