A new blog by Greg Mitchell on all things Ludwig, plus updates on new book, new film and 2013 New York festival.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
If you do, perhaps you could try to repeat this. Brooklyn photographer Sarah Naim has gotten a good deal of coverage (she's even mentioned in our new book) for her original project: Seeing what the Moonlight sonata would look like after the music sailed through.... milk. She did it by putting plates of milk on top of a speaker and taking pictures at high speed. Supposedly you can look at the photos while listening and maybe ID which portions caused which ripples and bubbles.