Index of Titles Filed Under 'Color'

PublisherO-R-G2009
The resulting flickering light repeats at a constant frequency between 8 and 13 Hz matching the brain’s alpha waves present in deep relaxation, such as drifting into sleep. When a viewer closes their eyes, sits close to the machine and the turntable is started, the flickering light induces waves of color and repeating geometric patterns that form and re-form in the mind’s eye. Ian Somerville described the experience in a letter to Gysin: Visions start with a kaleidoscope of colors on a plane in front of the eyes and gradually become more complex and beautiful, breaking like surf on a shore ...
PublisherThe Serving Library2016
This issue is both *in* and *about* COLOR. Starting with ISSUE #10, we have reduced our format and we are printing in all of the available inks. The issue was published in time to inaugurate (finally!) our first physical space for The Serving Library in a storefront on the north side of the majestic India Buildings block in the heart of Liverpool’s once-colorful mercantile district. Bulletins around the edges of color come courtesy Lucas Benjamin on a green screen, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey on ephemera, Umberto Eco on conditioning, Emily Gephart on a poetry hoax, James Langdon on kitchen cabinetry, Tamara Shopsin on swimming ...
Part 1: Christine Sun Kim (green) (with introductions by Maia Murphy and Gordon Hall) Part 2: Eugenie Tsai and Tom Finkelpearl (indigo) Part 3: Jesse Prinz (orange) Part 4: Corrine Fitzpatrick (blue) (with introductions by Maia Murphy and Gordon Hall) 1 2 Part 5: Stephen Lichty (violet) Part 6: R. Lyon (red) Part 7: Marc Handelman (yellow) Most photos courtesy of Eugene Gladun, video courtesy of Virginia Shou and Tara Themis Brown. R. Lyon video courtesy of R. Lyon. Press Release Download Poster (11″ x 17″, 300 dpi) Introductory reading “The Intertwining–The Chiasm” by Maurice Merleau-Ponty (.pdf)
PublisherAksioma2014
From the first human artistic expression in cave paintings until now, black has been constantly reinvented by art. Like other 20th-century artists (Rothko, Malevic, Klein) before him have done, Belgian Frederik De Wilde explores the nature of colors and produces monochromatic works, but focusing on black in a radical and scientific manner. In Hostage, as art historian Elise Aspord explains, he has created a material made up of a vertical alignment of nanotubes of carbon that can absorb almost all rays of light, thus giving a new universal reference for black. This work is the result of a close collaboration between scientists and ...
THRILLOCHROMES is the eighth issue of a series of publications issued by Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam. Published as an accompaniment to the show ‘THRILLOCHROMES’ from 2 November to 7 December 2013 at Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam. This artist publication is signed and numbered in an edition of 250 by Michael Portnoy.
PublisherUrbanomic2016
Pamela Rosenkranz peers into the evolutionary depths of the colour blue.
PublisherLink Editions2015
Everyday we stare at computer screens as we type out emails, write code, upload photos, watch videos, and push around pixels. Billions of pages of information splashed with text and images are accessed daily, composed of colored dots emanating from a screen connected to a computer connected to the Internet. Together, these clusters of colors visually display information that we consume and that we create, colors that make up the viewers’ virtual worlds. What Color Is My Internet? is self portrait of the artist as an internet surfer. The book tells, in visual form, the story of 90 days of Greg ...

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