Little Fugue in G Minor for Piano (JS Bach), 2011. Sculpture, 122x221x30 cm (48x87x12 in)
African Mahogany, Dark Red Colonial dye. Taking pitch as an indicator of height and the note's value as a measure of length, this work literally follows an excerpt from the musical score in the title. The end result is meant as a prototype for a library stack, but also as a sculptural transposition of time into form.


The work is accompanied by a series of drawings of other fugue scores. Top row: Little Fugue in G Minor for Piano (JS Bach), Fuga in G Minor (WA Mozart), Fughetta in C Minor for String Quartet (JS Bach). Bottom row: Fugue Op. 137 (LV Beethoven), Fugue in D Minor (JP Kellner), The Art of Fugue: Contrapunctus XIV (JS Bach), 2011. Ink pen on graph paper, 24x32 cm (9.5x12.5 in) each


Fughetta in C Minor for String Quartet (JS Bach), 2011