David Fallon is a multimedia artist based in the Twin Cities. He has a neurological condition called Synesthesia. Synesthesia allows him to hear color in music. With an elegantly colorful aesthetic, his work reflects the dynamic relationships between color and sound. In his work he emphasizes the freedom that comes from learning to embrace and love ourselves exactly as we are.
David began studying visual art and music at age 10, later earning a BFA in visual art from Loyola University, LA. He is the recipient of a McKnight Foundation grant, and his art has been exhibited from London to the Minneapolis Institute of Art. In 2022 he will be commencing a year-long study of the relationships between music and color, while challenging people to reconsider how they think about disabilities.