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    Using Artist Josef Albers 1963 text,  Interaction of Color , as a starting point. Treuting, Bocanegra and Marshall explore the perception, motion, and emotion of color. Albers’ book, a seminal text in visual art education, posits the logic of color theory, relativity, and perception. Like most things, our experience with color is contextual. Through sound, objects, and their own bodies, the performers explore the inherent humanity and subjectivity of individual perception in relation to color.

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Using Artist Josef Albers 1963 text, Interaction of Color, as a starting point. Jason Treuting, Suzanne Bocanegra and Susan Marshall explore the perception, motion, and emotion of color. Albers’ book, a seminal text in visual art education, posits the logic of color theory, relativity, and perception. Like most things, our experience with color is contextual. Through sound, objects, and their own bodies, the performers explore the inherent humanity and subjectivity of individual perception in relation to color.

   
  
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