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Publisher Note

"Color is not easy to translate into words. Perhaps color actively resists language or plausible definition? And vice versa: words can change color. I got this idea from thinking about how color and sound are similar. We can use the same words for both: depth, tone, brightness, etc... ere sound is not ordered in nature, we order it and make music. Color must be the same."

With his documented writings, images of artworks and selections of text, Tuttle departs from concrete notions of color, instead proposing a boundless vision of “real” color. Tuttle’s themes and provocative questions bring together seemingly disparate episodes, providing new ways to consider and experience our own relationship to color.

Artist Monograph

Richard Tuttle

The Role of the Story Teller

Publisher
Release Place Ghent, Belgium
Edition 1st edition
Release Date September 2019
Credits
Artist: Richard Tuttle
Printrun 500
Identifiers
ISBN-13: 987-94-6393-113-7
Work  
Topics Colour, Language, Sound
Language English
Format Softcover
Dimensions 21.0 × 21.0 cm
Pages 504

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