From the work of Joseph Karl Stieler, from 1820, a chromatic grid was developed, consisting of 81 squares, which form 9 squares, representative of the nine symphonies.
The use of this geometric form invokes computer communication – pixels, representing a language as innovative, radical and current as the music of Beethoven.
The conceptual component, not only through the constructive form, presents itself in the difficulty of perception of the image, answering the quotation with a question: Is it easy to be happy? The answer lies in the possibility of reading the painting, where, with an almost impossible departure, the image is revealed to us, proving that happiness is often present, with only a distance to its total perception and understanding.
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