The Nottingham Luscher project

This video is fairly self explanatory.  it was run as a project in the backlit galleries in Nottingham. Many thanks to them for the opportunity. This clip is 15 minutes long and features a description with the cycling of the eight luscher colours.  In the audio members of the public describe  colours without making reference to the colour. As this is around 20 mins. long it is split into two parts here.  What is fascinating is the associations and assumptions that people make about colour. It also explores using the scientific process to create art.  It is interesting that the moment of art and public engagement, seemed to happen in the making of this piece as I asked people about the colours and tones. the results and the finished piece seemed to have lost something.  So this is better perhaps as a performance piece?


About Phil Lambert

Visual artist based in Cardiff
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