One of my colleagues recommended this read by Robert Irwin today at work. He met Mr. Irwin while installing his exhibition at the Whitney some time ago. His experience working with Mr. Irwin was so wonderful that he picked up this book to learn about his work. Excited to get my hands on a copy.
1) showing or used to show that something is true or happens only if something else is true or happens
[First known use in 14th century]
1a) something that makes vision possible
1b) the sensation aroused by stimulation of the visual receptors
1c) electromagnetic radiation of any wavelength that travels in a vacuum with a speed of about 186,281 miles (300,000 kilometers) per second; specifically, such radiation that is visible to the eye.
[ORIGIN: Middle English, from Old English lēoht; akin to Old High German lioht light, Latin luc-, lux light, lucēre to shine, Greek leukos white, first known use before 12th century]
"Seeing | Sounding | Sensing" Symposium at MIT this September 2014. Artists asking neuroscientists, anthropologists, and technicians about color, visual perception, and sensory experience? I'm there.
This is my timeline of thought; a compilation of reminders, questions, inspiration and current events all which affect my creative energy. This blog intends to help strengthen my creative process and reassure my artistic self of a consistency in thought and familiar topics. [Definitions from Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary]