Room 14 at the Tate Modern houses Gerhard Richter's painting Cage (1) - (6) from 2006. The works were painted to, and named after, the music of John Cage. The room, overwhelmed by the massive paintings, was a pleasure to inhabit even when swarmed with jaunty British schoolchildren. I did yearn to hear a track of Cage's to accompany the experience. Here is one for you if you'd like to partake while viewing these detail shots : link
(Richter) has long been interested in Cage’s ideas about ambient sound and silence, and has approvingly quoted his statement ‘I have nothing to say and I am saying it’. Richter is also drawn to Cage’s rejection of intuition as well as total randomness, planning his compositions through structures and chance procedures. While there are no direct links between any particular work in this series and any composition by Cage, some critics have suggested affinities between the two figures’ approaches and between the constant flux in Cage’s music and the space created by Richter’s paintings.
-from the Tate Modern site