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Tassia Quirino (BR)

White Screen, 2017, 19 Digital Prints on Polyester, 68cm x 43cm


How do we see colors? How much time do we spend looking at screens? Is a white screen really white?

The human eye has cone cells, which are sensitive to different types of wavelengths of light. 

There isn’t any objective “real” color. Light encompasses all of the various energy intensities that produce the perception of colors, but the perception is white. White Screen is an installation composed by 19 photos. The first image corresponds to a photo taken with a cellphone from a white screen and the others are zoom in of this image for more details. 

 

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