For me music has always been a visual experience.

The textural and spatial attributes of sound and time-evolving forms of music appear to me as elaborate multi-dimensional structures. The need to explore this has led me to a body of work in which light, space, color and sound are often interchangeable, in which axes of time and space are rotated freely and in which the immaterial becomes material and vice versa.

The musical instruments and environments I have designed over the years have always featured the visual and spatial relationships inherent in sound.

Music is Fluid Architecture.