About Us

Nancy Herman’s interest in creating art related to music began with her discovery of Joseph Albers’ work, The Interaction of Color in 1973. Through her own experimentation with the effects of juxtaposing one color with another, Herman felt that this interaction was similar to the way notes in a sequence relate to one another to make music. Using a MAC, imovie and Bliss Paint software, Herman creates 2D digital translations of musical compositions, which visually map the progression of sound and color in time.


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  The New York Digital Salon  
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