On the ‘visible’ and ‘invisible’. Early Light Project and Colour Abstracts. K.XII & K.XIII

We see our world through a very narrow ‘optical window’. This is a window that lets us see but like all windows it excludes as well. This window allows us a particular view abut it also hides. The Early Light Project is a space where two extremities meet, the profanely visible and the imminently visible. One of the primary constraints of the Early Light Project is the phenomenon of visual accommodation, the other the density of shadows (explored later in catalogs K.XIII & K.XIV ). The aim of the Early Light Project is to explore the ‘Invisible’. Those spaces, colours and shadows that are obscured or hidden from us by the biology of human visual accommodation.  The foundations of the Early Light Project began in 2011.

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