Apr 27th 2012

Exploring color as both a formal and a social force, Spectral Landscape (with Viewing Stations) arrays artworks around the gallery according to a loosely organized color spectrum. Envisioned by the artist-curators as an environment—a landscape—the project is created not only from works using spectral color, but also from instances of achromatic, invisible (infared, thermal, supernatural), and variable (metallic, iridescent) color in art. Spectral Landscape with Viewing Stations reveals and embodies how artists navigate the complex interactions between colors, histories, references, and sensations.

Image: John Baldessari, “Six Colorful Tales: From the Emotional Spectrum (Women),” 1977, video, 17:10 min (still). Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York.

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