Electronic Color Abstractions
February 1 – 21
Fifty-six color photographs of electrical waveforms from the screen of cahode-ray oscillonscope form the exhibition. Light patterns on the oscilloscope screen represent various intricate combinations of electrical and magnetic forces and magnitudes such as fields and frequencies, phases, voltages, and currents. These are derived from, or indicate, the vibrations and motions of electrons and atoms. The exhibition is circulated by the Sanford Museum, Cherokee, Iowa.