Through the patients life, although he sufered,
learned, grew, and finally accepted he realized it all
moved within a cycle. His life had waves that came and
left and at times were tuned up to a major key and
sometimes tuned down to a minor key but the music kept on playing.
The initial fabric exploration was developed by creating a
musical repetition through the piano motif based on Phillip
Glass’s “Mad Rush”. But as I keep developing the collection
a more melodic tune was emerged from the feeling of
screaming distress. From the stage where the patient was yelling
out of desperation, pain and confusion came the movement of the sound wave patterns.
The linear movement also depicts the radiation both in the medical
space but also an internal radiation call for hope. The musical
movement in the lines create an illusion of what the patient would be
feeling in their state of deep medication and confusion. The
diferent stages of melody are carried out using the same linear
pattern but grow and fluctuate within color changes and movement
of lines widths.