[3'x 2'] Digital renderings of musical scores of J.S. Bach that perform strict processes of Canon and Fugue to allocate vertical snippets of musical notations. A nod to the phrase often alluded to by Morton Feldman that a composer is primarily responsible for the 'verticality' of a score while the performer concerns herself with the horizontal, temporal structure. Snippets of the same sounds corresponding to the score were generated and played alongside the digital images.
Originally a part of the exhibition, "Cryptograph: An Exhibition for Alan Turing" at the Spencer Museum of Art 2012.