Parade

New Epoch Notation Painting uses a written score to separate the act of image composition from the process of making a painting. The score acts as the subject and not only contains instructions on what to paint, it enables the composer to add meaning to the chronological progress of the paintings. The score coordinates the act of painting, but allows performers to contribute their own mannerisms, so no two performances can ever be the same. Until now, most visual art was a solo affair, now visual symphonies are conceivable. The notation system used in the score is the world’s first high level conceptual language for pure visual imagery. It takes half an hour to learn and a life time to master.

Being painted today is “Parade”, a New Epoch Notation trio performed by “Extended Vision” in support of marriage equality for the LGBTQ community. The simple themes derived from gender symbols move through a succession of transitions before their final embellishment with the colours of the rainbow flag.

Development of the score

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Female Theme – Stencil art work
Male Theme
Male Theme – Stencil work 60 x 50 cm

“Parade” First complete performance November 2017

Performance of “Parade” at the “Not Fair Art Fair” 11-11-2017

 

Author: crowcries

Euan Benjamin Graham I decided to become an artist when I was 14 years old in 1987. I have pursued my vocation with dedication and a complete single mindedness. Pictures are like people, they have their own life. I have embraced the streets recently as a venue because pictures need a lover, and artists become intolerably frustrated without an audience.

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