Perve Gallery presents “The Sound of Creation” by Beezy Bailey and Brian Eno. The show was created originally to be presented at the Music Conservatory of Venice and was showed there during the last edition of Venice Biennale. It is now specifically reorganized to its presentation in Portugal to pay Tribute to David Bowie and to his less known field of expression, the visual arts. “The Sound of Creation” results from the creative collaboration between the amazing South African artist Beezy Bailey and Brian Eno, the well known music composer and artist. It features a wide range of works of art in painting, accompanied by specific and original music sound tracks. Through this production, three curators, Carlos Cabral Nunes, Luca Berta and Francesca Giubilei, along with the two artists, proposes a reflection about art, visual assimilation and interaction with senses of sight and hearing. In the gallery space, the exhibition grows vertically, with the artworks being displayed along the labyrinthine path provided by the architectural structure of the building. As result, the visitor is guided into a physical and emotional journey and dives’ in a very peculiar creative experience within the confluence of these two artists. More than 40 paintings merging with the musical pieces, makes a unique visual art body. The exhibition summons the renewed look on the act of enjoying music and seeing art. Here, music, art and the architectural space of the gallery combine to create an existential experience where music is not to be heard only with the ears and painting should not be appreciate only with the eyes. The first becomes visible and the second poetically audible.