SATANIC HARMONY serves as a sketch for a performance of tritones: dissonant chords that were once considered blasphemous to play, or indicated the presence of evil in the context of religious music. Each individual plate describes different tones with musical and theoretical diagrams, and all three plates triangulated create a space to imagine the diabolical.
Edition of 6 includes a set of three engraved plastic plates. Commissioned by Lord Ludd, Philadelphia
D A N T E C A R L O S is an independent graphic and book designer. His projects include commissions for cultural institutions, spaces, artists, agencies, and local businesses.
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