• NEWTON’S THEORY OF COLOR AND MUSIC (GOLDBERG VARIATIONS)

    2016

    Fluorescent fixtures and filters. Installed at the Steinway & Sons Manhattan show room. This installation draws upon the visual spectrum as set down by Isaac Newton, who assigned colors to each note of the chromatic scale. The first few measures of each movement of J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations are translated into a series of colored bars, each of which is illuminated along one of the thirty-two hanging fluorescent double fixtures.

  • NEWTON’S THEORY OF COLOR AND MUSIC (GOLDBERG VARIATIONS)

    2016

    Fluorescent fixtures and filters. Installed at the Steinway & Sons Manhattan show room. This installation draws upon the visual spectrum as set down by Isaac Newton, who assigned colors to each note of the chromatic scale. The first few measures of each movement of J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations are translated into a series of colored bars, each of which is illuminated along one of the thirty-two hanging fluorescent double fixtures.

  • NEWTON’S THEORY OF COLOR AND MUSIC (GOLDBERG VARIATIONS)

    2016

    Fluorescent fixtures and filters. Installed at the Steinway & Sons Manhattan show room. This installation draws upon the visual spectrum as set down by Isaac Newton, who assigned colors to each note of the chromatic scale. The first few measures of each movement of J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations are translated into a series of colored bars, each of which is illuminated along one of the thirty-two hanging fluorescent double fixtures.

  • NEWTON’S THEORY OF COLOR AND MUSIC (GOLDBERG VARIATIONS)

    2016

    Fluorescent fixtures and filters. Installed at the Steinway & Sons Manhattan show room. This installation draws upon the visual spectrum as set down by Isaac Newton, who assigned colors to each note of the chromatic scale. The first few measures of each movement of J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations are translated into a series of colored bars, each of which is illuminated along one of the thirty-two hanging fluorescent double fixtures.

  • NEWTON’S THEORY OF COLOR AND MUSIC (GOLDBERG VARIATIONS)

    2016

    Fluorescent fixtures and filters. Installed at the Steinway & Sons Manhattan show room. This installation draws upon the visual spectrum as set down by Isaac Newton, who assigned colors to each note of the chromatic scale. The first few measures of each movement of J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations are translated into a series of colored bars, each of which is illuminated along one of the thirty-two hanging fluorescent double fixtures.