I played flute for 8 years but still only have surface level knowledge of music. I think this exhibition, which takes a rather abstract concept and turns it into concrete physical representations, is neat. Music and sound usually exist invisibly, without physical indicators. Even when playing instruments, there is a disconnect between where to move your fingers and the ink on the page. By linking different aspects of sound and music to physicality, it makes the process of learning and creating intuitive. If created on smaller scale, I could see this becoming part of early music education.
Another reason why I like this exhibition because it is very simple on the surface level, and any person with any amount of music knowledge can interact with and enjoy it, but if you're practiced and educated in the craft, the exhibition also has a lot of potential to create great compositions.