Ikoniadou

The artworks evoke a resonating quality in the image, bringing to perception its implicit and incipient qualities and allowing it to affect viewers in extravisual ways. […] the morphed images endure in the gap between invisible and sonorous, generating a vibrational force field that exceeds the sensory modalities of the originals by repeating and reverberating them to infinity. Repetition breeds change.

[Ikoniadou, the rhythmic event, 81]

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