‘Color and Music Composition’ creates a narrative based on specific rules applied to the names of colors on color cards. The letters in the names of colors that correspond to the Western music scale are used for the composition (e,f,e,d,h,i in ‘refined white’). Color cards are arranged alphabetically and thematically and the composition read from top left to right. It addresses an attempt to see colors composed in a specific way that they should be read in a time-based manner. However, because of its two-dimensional medium it is usually viewed as a full image. The music composition reinforces it to be read as time-based. It fluctuates between both ways and intends to show colors as music and music as colors.