Ellen Hackl Fagan



Ellen Hackl Fagan, What Does Blue Sound Like?, site-specific installation and details, 2017.
Mid-Manhattan Library Windows. Plexiglas, flourescent lights, foam board.
Each vitrine approximately 39 h x 27w x 25 d inches

Mid-Manhattan Library Art in the Windows Exhibition-Ellen Hackl Fagan, What Does Blue Sound Like?

This exhibition features The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) with an interactive web app that viewers can download to their iPhones or Droids. Their phones become a synaesthetic tool, enabling them to explore their own unique opinions about the sounds of colors.

The artist hopes to have over 150,000 submissions from visitors to the website. To play load this address into your browser http://www.rcoblue.com

On view day and night. Now through June 28, 2017

Special event: Joseph Celli composer, radio producer and virtuoso on double reed; and Hap Tivey artist and an early pioneer in the California Light and Space movement; join Ellen Hackl Fagan for the Artist Dialogue Series event in the Corner Room of Mid-Manhattan Library on Saturday, April 29 at 2:30 PM.

Initiated and organized by Arezoo Moseni in 2004, Artist Dialogue Series provide an open forum for understanding and appreciation of contemporary art. Artists are paired with critics, curators, gallerists, writers or other artists to converse about art and the potential of exploring new ideas.

The event is free and advanced registration is recommended.

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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.