This next section is the 'print' visual representation through the medium of music to communicate how the human eye perceives colour.
The human eye perceives colour through the use of three different cones located around the retina. These cones detect three different lengths of light, the longest, red; mid-length, green; and the shortest wave length, blue.
These colours correspond to the colour of the music notes within the graphic score I created for the piano piece used within the installation. I based the work heavily around the original music score which means those with a high level of musical understanding could interpret the score as music notes.