FINGERTIPS FADING FROM THE KEYS OF A PIANO — PLAYING THE MEMORIES OF A LOVE THAT CAME, TO PASS.
An olfactive review of “Amore” by RYUICHI SAKAMOTO — a musical composition that first appeared on SAKAMOTO’S eighth studio album in 1989, “Beauty” under FOLIE À PLUSIEURS - SILHOUETTES series.
FEELING: Adored, Affectionate, Loving, Calm, Grateful, Open, Tender, Sensitive, Warm, Yearning.
MATERIALS: Floral, Incense, Metallic, Musky, Ambery, Powdery — Iris, Violet, Peony, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Oakwood, Cedarwood, Incense, Musk.
PERFUMER: Mark Buxton
From the lens of a perfumer, SILHOUETTES explores the olfactive nature of an artist’s work—whether painting, sculpture, photo, film, music, or performance. Here perfumers, in a series of interviews, essays, art reviews, and artist profiles, translate the world of art into scent.