For the movie The Man Who Wasn't There, the depth of each frame is dictated by the amount of sound present when that frame is placed onto the canvas. The result is a visual representation of the silences and pauses within the film.
nodes connected by black lines, could leave it is it is for simplicity, incorporating it into a sleeve portion; alternatively have it as a sleeve/calf with the spaces coloured very brightly. This reminds me of constellations.
I like this because it is very pleasing to the eye with the mainly black background and the very fine and thin bright white lines through out it, in strands or clusters. it does a great job of showing pattern and gradient.
'Salt on Mina Mina' by Australian painter Dorothy Napangardi Synthetic polymer paint on linen, 244 x 168 cm. collection: Telstra Collection, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. via Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory