In Visualise Telemusik, I tried to decode a music track, a segment of Karlheinz Stockhausen: Telemusic (1966), and translate it to images. My ideas about the visualization were based upon the theories developed by artists like Kandinsky. The foundation of those theories states that two core parts for the completion of a composition are form and color. Every form, no matter how abstract, generates it's own sound in the human eye. Color cannot be defined alone. Without a form to define it, it is always an abstract concept. The form of the geometrical shapes generates an impression. For example, a triangle is translated like a sharp sound, while a circle is translated as exactly the opposite. The speed at which these images are projected in the video is also very important. Every attempt at combining and interacting between these elements produces a different result. The relationship between sound and visual form was the main subject of my video.