Tag Archives: colour

Winter Reading: Interesting Books Coming Soon

I wish I could learn to read faster because there are so many good books coming out soon. Here is a list of some interesting titles I would love to have (except Massumi’s, I have it already because I did … Continue reading

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“A Semblance of Sight: The Touch of Zhang Yu’s Fingerprints”

I will be presenting my paper “A Semblance of Sight: The Touch of Zhang Yu’s Fingerprints” at the Toucher par l’art: autour de l’aptique/Touched by Art: Around Haptic symposium at the Université de Montréal on November 13-14, 2014. Here is … Continue reading

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CFP for Public 51 on Colour

Here is another call for papers. This time it is from the journal Public on the theme of colour. Here is the call: Publication Spring 2015 Edited by Scott Lyall and Christine Davis Before the most primitive dyes could be … Continue reading

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More Than Just Pixels: Experiencing Colours, Vibration, and Contrast in Digital Images

I got word yesterday that a paper I proposed has been accepted to the “Screen Textures: Haptics, Tactility, and the Moving Image” conference taking place at the University of Pittsburgh on October 17-18, 2014. The paper is titled “More Than … Continue reading

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Experiencing Colour

Colour has always fascinated me. I am sure it was all of those spectacularly colourful prairie sunsets that I would watch as a kid. The amazing transition of the sky from daytime blue to oranges and reds, then to purples … Continue reading

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A Conversation Between Robert Irwin and Lawrence Weschler

The Getty Museum earlier this year posted the video of a public conversation Robert Irwin and Lawrence Weschler had in 2008 that coincided with the launch of the then newly expanded version of Wechler’s book on Irwin called Seeing Is Forgetting … Continue reading

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A Book on Deleuze from China Coming Soon

I feel terrible. I have not posted anything on this blog for most of this month, especially after the flurry of posts in September. Needless to say I have been busy with other projects, which I will discuss here later. … Continue reading

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Experience Sunset: James Turrell’s Skyspace at the Ringling Museum of Art

Originally posted on GLIMPSE journal blog:
Imagine staring into a deep dark blue pool of calm water and getting lost in its depth. Now imagine lying on your back on a floor of a museum and the ‘pool’ is the…

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James Turrell: Sensing Space – Symposium and Live Webcast

The Guggenheim Museum in New York will be hosting a half-day symposium, called James Turrell: Sensing Space, in connection with their current James Turrell exhibition, which will take place on Friday, September 20th at 3:30pm EST. If you are in New … Continue reading

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Oldest Colour Motion Picture Discovered

Originally posted on GLIMPSE journal blog:
Lying dormant in the archive of Britain’s National Media Museum for decades, what everyone thought were black and white films, turned out to be the first color motion pictures ever made. British photographer Edward Turner…

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