“Lightification” is a light and sound installation where painting/images are transformed into light and sound. It follows the same concept with Ichographs, where colors are translated into audio frequencies, but at the same time converts a single line of the painting into a color light bar.
The installation is consisted of 3 meter long acrylic tube, in resemblance to the fluorescent lamps, equipped with 180 addressable leds. On the left side there is a tiny screen attached with a single-board computer. The computer starts to read the painting line by line from top to bottom and lights the acrylic tube in the colors of each line. At the same time the colors of the light tube are translated into a soundscape using the color frequency relation of the Ichographs artworks. On the small screen the painting is shown and the line of the painting that is processed along with some other information for the sound.
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