Painter David Brody has created a stunning computer animation to Beethoven string quartet music called “Beethoven Machinery”. The viewer follows the course of an octagonal prism through a wire-frame world of girders, changing direction at musical modulations and textural changes.
David Brody has a BA from Harvard University and a MFA from California Institute of the Arts. He has shown paintings, wall drawings and digital animations widely, including at Pierogi Gallery, The Drawing Center, The Brooklyn Museum, The Reina Sofia Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art. Most recently, he had a show of paintings at James Siena's project gallery Sometimes (Works of Art). His critical writings are published regularly on artcritical.com, and he has also written for Cabinet Magazine and The Brooklyn Rail.
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