Color and Technology:
How Does Technology Affect our Experience of Color?
A phenomenology of Color-Experience in the age of photography and screens, observed through the development of painting in the 20th and 21st century.
The streaming of colors through cameras, pictures, films and screens raises new questions concerning our color perception. We see differently from the way people saw 150 years ago.
How do we see colors now? After thousand of Pictures and screens?
Our relationship with the world of Color is at a turning point, are we holding the steering wheel?
A phenomenological and symptomological observation of Painting and its history is the key to understanding these questions. (Post)modern Painting is a clear documentation of these changes. The history of the way (Post)modern Art questioned Color, is the story of our changing relationship with this central component of our soul life.
The Nature Institute
Thursday, January 28th 7pm
$15 Suggested Donation