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FARBEN  BEATS
  Curated  by   Javier  RAMIREX



    

             September  7 -  October  3,  2013

 Kalina DANAILOVA - Virginie GALLOIS - Fateme GOSHEH
  Simon GOEDHART - Willy KAMMEIJER - Lars MAGNUSSEN - Susan RICHTER
Marie  Helen ROCHET - Javier RAMIREX -  Pien Van Der  BEEK



Marzia Frozen is pleased to announce an  international  group exhibition of a new generation of artists working today. This will be a group exhibition at MARZIA FROZEN in Berlin, and will feature a selection of  paintings, sculptures.

Color or colour is the  visual  perceptual property.  corresponding in  humans to the categories called red, blue, yellow, green and others. Color derives from the spectrum  light (distribution of  light  power versus  wavelength ) interacting in the eye with the spectral sensitivities of the light receptors.  Color categories and physical specifications of color are also associated with objects, materials, light sources, etc., based on their physical properties such as light absorption, reflection, or emission spectra. By defining a  color  space,    colors can be identified numerically by their coordinates.
Because perception of color stems from the varying  spectral  sensitivity of different types of  cone  cells  in the retina  to different parts of the spectrum, colors may be defined and quantified by the degree to which they stimulate these cells. These physical or  physiological quantifications of color, however, do not fully explain the  psychophysical perception of color appearance.
The science of color is sometimes called chromatics, chromatography, colorimetry,   or simply color science. It includes the perception of color by the human eye and brain, the origin of color in materials, color  theory  in  art, and the physics  of  electromagnetic   radiation  in the visible range (that is, what we commonly refer to simply as   light ).
This phenomenon manifests acoustically. If a graph is drawn to show the  function   corresponding to the total sound of two  strings,  it can be seen that maxima and minima are no longer constant as when a pure note is played, but change over time: when the two waves are nearly 180 degrees   out  of  phase  the maxima of each cancel the minima of the other, whereas when they are nearly in phase their maxima sum up, raising the perceived volume.

In  music and  music  theory, the beat is the basic unit of time, the  pulse  of the mensural level (or beat level). In popular use, the beat can refer to a variety of related concepts including: tempo, meter  rhythm  and  groove.  In modern  pop  music , the term "beats" has been used to describe whole pieces of composed music.This is a distinct and separate use of the term from the way "beat" is used traditionally as related only to the rhythmic element of music.
Rhythm in music is characterized by a repeating sequence of stressed and unstressed beats (often called "strong" and "weak") and divided into bars organized by   time  signature and  tempo indications.
Metric levels faster than the beat level are division levels, and slower levels are multiple levels
The downbeat is the impulse that occurs at the beginning of a  bar in measured music. Its name is derived from the downward stroke of the director or conductor's  barton on the first beat of each measure. It frequently carries the strongest accent of the rhythmic cycle. However, in some cases, the downbeat may not be emphasized. Such departure from the normal stress pattern of a measure is a form of  syncopation .



kalina

Kalina DANAILOVA
Help me get out
, 2012
  Mixed media  on canvas
  60 x 60  cm


petite

Virginie  GALLOIS
Petite Nature
, 2012
  Mixed media on canvas
  50 x 50 cm





fateme

Fateme GOSHEH
Untitled, 2012
  Oil, Acrylic on canvas

  100 x 73 cm





simon
Simon  GOEDHART
  Australia, 
2007
  Mixed media on  canvas
  65 x 60 cm






power

Lars  MAGNUSSEN
Power Girl, 2010
  Oil  on canvas
65 x 105 cm







susan

Susan RICHTER
Longing for Energy, 2013
Oil  on canvas
100 x 120 cm