Last month, a new exhibit, “Color Constructs,” opened on the fourth floor of Hunt Library.
It features 45 color studies in model, collage, and digital form from students in 48543/48643 Color Constructs course taught by Associate Professor Laura Garófalo in the School of Architecture. As part of the class, students had the opportunity to visit the Libraries to examine the 1963 first edition of the seminal book “Interaction with Color” by Josef Albers, which is part of Special Collections. The exhibit offers a rare opportunity to view select portfolio screenprints from the book as well as a display of artists’ books which highlight color.
The exhibit will run through the month of September where it will be part of the School of Architecture’s annual exhibition Ex-Change.
by Lynn Kawaratani, Liaison to the School of Architecture