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Indian E-music – The right mix of Indian Vibes… » Interview by Andrew Dickson

Kwes: why I love Paul Klee

Delivered... Interview by Andrew Dickson | Scene | Wed 11 Mar 2015 7:59 am
‘I have synaesthesia, so I hear music as colour. And it’s as if Klee senses what colour feels like’

I first came across Paul Klee while I was studying art at school in London. I was 15 and read a book featuring lots of painters from the early 20th century, Kandinsky and Franz Marc among them. It was Klee I kept coming back to, though. His paintings struck me as almost childlike, like someone discovering their surroundings for the first time. Perhaps that was the way I was feeling, too.

There are so many emotions in his work. Sometimes it’s dreamlike or idyllic, sometimes full of anger and passion. I love its seeming simplicity, the way he manages to make the complicated clear and straightforward. And then there’s his mastery of colour.

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