When I first watched this video, I believed that the museum depicted was real, and I wanted to go there. Right Now. This is, it turns out, a brilliantly-animated space designed by artist Alan Warburton. Warburton and his team translated two pieces from Bach’s The Well Tempered Clavier (Prelude and Fugue in C Major) into a visual piece. The piece depicts each note as a fluorescent light bulb whose length and height correspond to the note and pitch it represents. The resulting video must have taken him forever, but it was well worth the effort.
It’s very peaceful and utterly hypnotic. I honestly think I could use it to get to sleep in a pinch (which is really saying something. I never sleep.)