Ellen Hackl Fagan

 

 

Ellen Hackl Fagan, What Does Blue Sound Like?
and The Reverse Color Organ, 2017, plexiglas, LEDs, interactive web app, 36 x 49 x 2 inches

Ellen Hackl Fagan's installation What Does Blue Sound Like? and The Reverse Color Organ will be featured this weekend in Central Park. This piece will be a part of the interactive workshops during It's Happening! Exploring the nature of synaesthesia through immersive environments, Fagan will work with visitors stopping to play the RCO, focusing on saturated blue, saturated red hues and a downloadable web based app, to elict viewers to pair sound to color.

Fagan is hoping to have 150,000 visitors to the website, downloading their color/sound pairs. To play go to www.rcoblue.com and begin this facile and compelling game.

Ellen Hackl Fagan, What Does Blue Sound Like?
and The Reverse Color Organ, 2017,

Visit my workshop “What Does Blue Sound Like?” and build a color/sound language with me
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It’s Happening!

Celebrating 50 Years of Public Art in NYC Parks

Saturday, October 21, 2017, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
East Pinetum (East 84th Street), Central Park
behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Enjoy free art exhibits, performances and workshops for all ages!

Learn more about current and upcoming events- Click Here



Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her paintings.