- adj. alternative spelling of synaesthetic.
- adj. relating to or experiencing synesthesia; involving more than one sense
“Sensory Crossovers" takes up where other recent studies in synesthetic art have left off, collating artwork that translates not just musical pitches and chords but natural sounds into visual form (s).”
“How she perceives story structure, I perceive language -- and I really wish I had a synesthetic perception of story, as it would make my life so much easier.”
“Consisting of artists Jeff Donaldson, Wadsworth Jarrell, Barbara Jones-Hogu, and Nelson Stevens, AfriCOBRA's signature art is self-described as paintings made in "Koolaid colors" and "jazzy, polyrhythmic movements," a kind of "visual music" and "synesthetic ideas" related to Kandinsky's theories on sound and color.”
“Quickly, however, she makes a leap, seemingly through Kandinsky, to the synesthetic, abstract world of pure color movements.”
“This is by no means an exhaustive survey of American synesthetic painting, not even from the prewar years.”
“No bi-curious roomies, no synesthetic crushes, no extremely inappropriate old bosses played by Babylon 5 alumni who need to get a better agent.”
“If you are synesthetic, I would love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.”
“I had a moment of synesthetic ecstasy as I watched my favorite pastry tumble down the cobblestone street only to be finally intercepted by a hungry crow I think it was a corneille noire, native to the area.”
“As I've said before, Marijuana enhances our ability to marvel: In some mysterious and uncannily recurring way, marijuana can induce an almost 'synesthetic ecstasy,' whereby a loosening of the usually firm borders that separate our five senses allows for a broader, deeper, more profound, and often time-dilated "interpretation" and "internalization" of moment-to-moment experience.”
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