[community] Quantization, Episode 4
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Tue Sep 12 19:46:49 UTC 2017
Great as always!
On Tue, Sep 12, 2017 at 1:58 PM, Kaveh Ashourinia <ka11dk at student.ocadu.ca>
> Hello all,
> *Quantization* <http://quantization.ca/> is back with a new episode on
> In this Episode, Dr. Audrey Hudson talks to Dr. Robin Kingsburgh about
> *“A colour has many faces.”*
> This is a quote or in a better way a chapter title of Josef Albers’ book,
> Interaction of colour.
> We may consider these variety of faces based on the appearance of colour in
> different conditions, or based on different social contexts. Chemistry and
> physics of light play huge role on perceiving colour, and this part falls
> into the visual perception territory. At the same time, colours play role
> in the societies and carrying variety of understandings and meanings. We
> may call this part the social perception of colour.
> Understanding and studying colour requires considering so many areas such
> as psychology, physiology and genetics, physics and chemistry, culture,
> symbolism and linguistics and even politics and economy. In this episode we
> are trying to track and cover functionality of colour. So, let’s listen to
> our guests about how we perceive and understand colour?
> You can find Episode Four here:
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> Have a wonderful week,
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