Four-Dimension Colour will consist of a series of paintings inspired by the artist’s synaesthesia, a condition where senses are triggered by one another and allow the artist to hear colours. This unique perspective will be demonstrated through the daily painting of two ongoing works over the course of the two week exhibition.

See the artistic process live at the dot-art Gallery from 12:00 – 18:00 on Saturday 10 September as Ali Barker translates sounds into compositions of colour.

Four-Dimensional Colour is part of Liverpool #BiennialFringe 2016 and featured in the special edition Culture Diary from The Double Negative.

Exhibition continues Saturday 10 – Saturday 24 September
Visit Monday – Saturday, 10:00 – 18:00