Color Symphony

Color Symphony is an investigation is how changing colors affect our visual perception.

Each piece consists of three layers of printed polycarbonate, back-light by a LED color-changing light system. As the transmitted colors change, the images change dramatically. This sequence is an exploration of color and pattern perception.

The images consist of neuronal profiles, intertwined with my own MRI brain scans, electroencephalograms, and transformations of my own previous art work. It is these extensive, overlapping neuronal networks that provide us perception of color and form.

The three layers of images correspond to our own three levels of awareness: consciousness, sub-consciousness and unconsciousness.

Each piece is 16 x 20 x 2 inches in size. All materials used are archival quality. The images are printed with pigmented ink. The electrical light system is UL listed and approved. This sequence was created in 2015.