INTERACCION DEL COLOR JOSEF ALBERS PDF

A German artist who studied at the Bauhaus and was later exiled to the United States, he dedicated his life as an educator to an ambitious project; teaching his students to SEE. Applying a strict method, one removed from conventional academic practice, his work involved guiding students through their journey of self-discovery with regard to visual perception. With such a grounding, artists are properly prepared to develop their work in the most personal manner. Josef Albers had a poetic streak, but as a teacher he was also very pragmatic and would not allow interpretative or emotional digressions. When it came to reviewing their progress, his students knew that any discussion would need to remain strictly confined to the formal area of colour, line and form.

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A German artist who studied at the Bauhaus and was later exiled to the United States, he dedicated his life as an educator to an ambitious project; teaching his students to SEE.

Applying a strict method, one removed from conventional academic practice, his work involved guiding students through their journey of self-discovery with regard to visual perception. With such a grounding, artists are properly prepared to develop their work in the most personal manner. Josef Albers had a poetic streak, but as a teacher he was also very pragmatic and would not allow interpretative or emotional digressions.

When it came to reviewing their progress, his students knew that any discussion would need to remain strictly confined to the formal area of colour, line and form. Josef Albers Interaction of Color, is a little gem that every artist should have on their bedside table. He uses various exercises to demonstrate the fundamental fact that our perception of colour is relative. One colour may change into another, and two radically different colours may seem similar to our eyes given the right conditions.

Colour intervals, transparencies, spatial illusions and optical mixes are all studied using precise and simple examples that, little by little, train our way of looking at things. An understanding of colours and their interactions, and a sharpened visual perception, perhaps present the greatest challenge to artists and are what distinguish mere representation from genuine works of art. If you liked The Art Digger Share it! The mission of The Art Digger is sharing good art and knowledge.

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Con el papel coloreado se puede experimentar numerosas veces sin variar el tono, la luminosidad o calidad superficial. Nadie puede ver los colores independientemente de sus cambios ilusivos. Esto demuestra que la suma de todos los colores que hay en la luz es el blano. Esto es llamado una mezcla substractiva. Solo la mezcla de colores directos ganan luminosidad, como en a , mientras que las mezclas de colores reflejos la pierden, como en b.

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Josef Albers Interaction of Color

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