Color Relativity (No Relativity with Singularity), 2012

These pieces combine color theory relativity notions (as developed or explained by Josef Albers) with a Pillsbury Dough Boy toy to demonstrate the lack of relativity when color squares are presented singular.  18 parts: each 6" x 4.75" (overall 20” x 32.5”)

No Relativity with Singularity 1 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 2 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 3 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 4 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 5 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 6 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 7 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 8 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 9 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 10 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 11 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 12 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 13 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 14 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 15 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 16 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 17 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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No Relativity with Singularity 18 acrylic on panel, 6" x 4.75", 2012

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