Recently, I contributed to Willy Bo Richardson’s latest catalogue, “Music to Drive to” with an essay of the same title.
Expert: “Colors present themselves in continuous flux,” writes Josef Albers, Interaction of Color, 1963, “constantly related to changing neighbors and conditions.” Opposing blues and oranges vibrate rapidly when placed next to one another—causing excitement. Vibrating boundaries heighten interactions between two colors. Like Albers, color serves as Willy Bo Richardson’s primary subject.
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