In the first example, we used a Jitter file to link two different images: the original black and white photograph of a musician playing a neon guitar, and the cutout of only the neon guitar against a black background. From the negative space, (the cutout of the hand strumming, for example), it is evident that the guitar is being played, but the musician is absent. In silence, we only see the projection of the neon guitar. When music is played, the image with the musician becomes apparent. The image, in this way, is able to illustrate both volume and rhythm. The louder the sound, the more fiercely the image appears - so a faint sound correlates to a faded image whilst a loud sound correlates to a bright, intense, starkly contrasted image. The changes in rhythm are thus apparent in the pulsating appearance and disappearance of the original image.

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