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January 10, 2016

Colorcoder  has been programmed to sonically decrypt covert messages composed by Ellsworth Kelly in his 1951 painting ‘Colors for a Large Wall’. The information embedded within the artwork relates directly to Kelly’s service within the ‘Ghost Army’ during WW2 and more specifically to the sonic deception formulas and techniques they composed during this period. It features in the Tate Etc. magazine, Issue 36: Spring 2016.

Developed for AUDINT by Monomatic.

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