Flora Sopa offers here an installation of 10 oil paintings in large sizes (1m x 1m), so that the visitor feels truly absorbed in the observation of these forms. The paper used is thick, often used for engraving, as it allows for better recording of fluidity and colour. Through a mixture of pigments and water, the reproduction of the sound frequency is illustrated in a wide movement. Organic fluidity is the key word used by the artist to describe his work.
It is the architecture of the Art Centre of the Foundation itself that inspired the artist to create F1F#1. During her participation in the exhibition Plongeons (2016), the young woman felt a special connection between her paintings and this place where water is omnipresent; she wanted to bring out her impressions through a new work. The title of the work refers to the two frequencies/musical notes used in the making of the series of paintings, which correspond to the two colours: light blue and golden green.