by Mark Holston, Jazziz

“Attending an exhibition by Japanese abstract artist Yayoi Kusama several years ago proved to be much more than just a pleasant Manhattan afternoon for bassist and composer Adi Meyerson. The painter’s bold palette overwhelmed the musician’s senses in ways virtually incomprehensible to other gallery patrons — the Israeli-born Meyerson has synesthesia, a rare condition in which two senses overlap and certain colors and shapes are revealed as pitches. Kusama’s art spoke to her in this secret language and provoked a process that took several years to complete, the results of which comprise the six-part suite on this compelling release.”

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