Intermediate Geochromatic Studies installed at NARS Foundation in Brooklyn, NY, 2020.

A fictive academic course, Intermediate Geochromatic Studies is part of an open-ended inquiry into color and its representation in science, pseudo-science, and the spiritual. As part of a larger curricular sequence, the class explores both rational and irrational applications of color in the context of historical precedence and speculative interpretation. Special emphasis will be placed on geological matter as it pertains to the physicality of color.

Central object: Geochromatic Library with IGS Readers, MDF Plinth w/ Paint & 18 Offset Books w/ Pigment Print Jackets, 10 ft Diameter (Book size: 8”x5”x1/2” each), 2020.

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