Data can be used to generate artistic, sculptural and architectural forms. Each data type, such as, numeric, text, sound, temperature, or wind is unique and can suggest a form or a method to visualize which is beyond the actual meaning and purpose of the data itself. The value of the data can be viewed two dimensionally or three dimensionally. At times the relationship of data to physical form is obvious, at other times it is very subtle and abstract. The challenge is to develop both at the same time and to attempt to extract the beauty in the data itself. This initial work covers a number of different forms and interpretative explorations and a number of different musical types; from simple children songs to jazz, rock, country and western, and classical. Each may suggest their own interpretations. One overriding question is “Can music look like it sounds?” Visualizing music introduces another dimension to an already rich art form.
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