Heat artist Amelia Crouch share and discuss extracts of her recent work Spectral Evidence (2016).
This moving image artwork, exploring colour perception and colour language, combines research into the evolution of the eye, the physics of light, linguistics and semiotics.
The piece was produced for The Scientific Method – a group exhibition of moving image works that adopt scientific, quasi-scientific or pedagogical formats in order to consider the human search for systemic, graspable or quantifiable meaning in an uncertain world.
Crouch co-curated the exhibition at The Tetley, Leeds, in 2016-17 and will talk both about Spectral Evidence and how it fits into her wider artistic research and interests.
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