Figure 1: In this comparative chart, the tidal heights for Narvaez Bay in 2012 are shown in blue against a vertical (metric) scale. The black line represents the phases of the moon from new (low) to full (high), and the red line, the sun, its zenith rising and falling over the year. One can followView
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Posted on June 10 2014 in Marine.
The score for “Narvaez Bay: Tidal Predictions” began as a graphic work that depicted the tide levels over the course of a year near Timmings’ home on Saturna Island. Invoking the renaissance tradition of “Augenmusik” (Eye Music), the artist produced an illustrative score, replacing traditional musical notation with iconographical elements representing sun, moon and tide.View