Witness how music can be translated into geometric textile patterns whilst listening to popular tracks at Nadia-Ann Ricketts’s Beatwoven exhibition
Debuting in Hong Kong, the founder and award winning artist Nadia-Ann Ricketts is presenting her Beatwoven artworks. What is Beatwoven you ask? These works are created using ancient techniques of weaving, combining geometric patterns based on pieces of famous music and melodies and patterned textiles. In other words, the songs are in the fabric. The artworks on display include Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds by The Beatles, Purple Rain by Prince and Ella Fitzgerald, and audiences can view these pieces whilst listening to the tracks that help create the art, taking art viewing to a whole new level.