is a mapping and dance performance made to create Synesthesia.
Synesthesia (from the Ancient Greek σύν syn, "together", and αἴσθησις aisthēsis, "sensation") is a neurological phenomenon in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to automatic, involuntary experiences in a second sensory or cognitive pathway. Like color perception and sound.
In one common form of synesthesia, known as grapheme-color synesthesia, letters or numbers are perceived as inherently colored. Synesthetic associations can occur in any combination and any number of senses or cognitive pathways.
Experimental music body landscape. Movement inspired by butoh dance on a mapping performance that uses Chromesthesia. Chromesthesia or sound-to-color synesthesia is a type of synesthesia in which heard sounds automatically and involuntarily evoke an experience of color.
Synesthetes that perceive color while listening to music experience the colors in addition to the normal auditory sensations that would be triggered in the average person. That is, the synesthetic color experience supplements, but does not obscure real, modality-specific perceptions. As with other variations of synesthesia, individuals with sound-color synesthesia perceive the synesthetic experience spontaneously, and without effort, and in a way that the individual learns to accept as normal within their realm of experience.
Projector, stage, a sound tech