About this piece:
What Music Do You Hear When There Is No Music is a one-of-a-kind artist’s book inspired by the writings of John Cage, and interprets visually what may be “heard” when there is absolute silence.
Coptic binding with stonehenge pages collaged with sekishu, ink and stitching.
silk, beads, thread, paper, ink
About the artist:
Charlotte Hedlund is a painter/mixed media artist intrigued with connections: how new work connects to old work, how art connects us all. Over the years her work has evolved from large painted surfaces to small mixed media works. Finding creative joy in these intimate scale works led her to explore the medium of artist’s books where the creator and the viewer can get up close and personal with the art and the message. She has been exhibiting artist’s books for the last 20 years.