Sound is frequency. Light is frequency. Nature is filled with frequency too. Sound has frequencies that cover a vast range; each frequency gives a different audible pitch. Visible light has frequencies that are way higher and cover an even bigger range; different wavelengths enable us to perceive distinctive colours. The earth behaves like a gigantic electric circuit; its electromagnetic field surrounds and protects all living things with a natural frequency pulsation - the so-called "Schumann resonance."

All these frequencies constantly interact with each other. I explored this phenomenon by projecting abstract matter on nature, by using sound and image, to propel these different intensities of frequencies. Going into the woods at night, armoured with a projector and a laptop, I created audiovisual spectacles in the dark of the night.