Exhibition–Furnishing Utopia 4.0: Drawing Upon Frameworks
Material–Color-aid paper
Photo Credit–
Jonathan Allen (silo)
Nicholas Calcott (exhibition)
First published in 1963, Josef Albers’ Interaction of Color had radical impact on modern Western art and design education. Developed in 1948 for photography backdrops, Color-aid paper was embraced by Albers and has been a foundational component of color theory courses since. Working with color as material, these drawings create texture, dimension, and dynamic color relationships through a hand embossing process.