Photo: David Besh

Photo: David Besh

Rhythm is everywhere, in the static subjects, in moving objects, in living hearts of people, in natural phenomena, the whole world and cosmos is functioning in invisible but perceptible rhythms which we as people absorb through our senses and movements.

People have this sense and ability to find rhythms in features of the world around them which are seemingly unrelated to the rhythm. These are for example appearance, color, texture, shape, size, volume, intensity. People through all senses can take these features and transpose them consciously to rhythm during the process of artistic creation or unconsciously to rhythm which reveals as physiological response.

Awareness of this ability can lead to stimulation of people's minds and the release of deeper layers of expression.

Marta Jarzyna

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