Music for Airports
To Brian Eno, music should be part of the noises of the environment and should create a landscape to which you can belong. When music becomes part of the noises of the environment, it dissolves into the place, and its aspect multiplies, becoming a new melody. In its singular essence, the music is different when overlapping with the ambient applied.
The mandates are transparency and overlap. The album's concept resembles a windmill. The viewer can pull apart the layers (cover, sleeve, and disc) assembled by a middle connector. Each layer has a transparent interactive feature, and it creates an optical illusion when rotated on top of another layer.
Instructor: Peter Ahlberg