Shcaa

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Shcaa composes music at his own pace.

He addresses sounds as a matter that needs to be ordered according to determinant features, such as texture and colour. Nothing else but the processing of this raw matter delineates his art.

An ordered sound is music. Spaces and their own physics are unveiled, worlds can converse, organic life is embodied by pulsating transients.
Silences are killed and brought to life again by these blessed frequencies progressing through time.
It is said that about 500 hundreds of plant species are depicted in Botticelli’s Primavera. This is what an artist aims for, pushing as far as he can the borders of the universe he has just created. Beyond its physicality, this universe sometimes keeps expanding in the subconscious of the ones that were lucky to hear and listen.