The Color of White
My research examines the importance of time to our perception of the landscape, while also considering the relationship of people to their environments. “The Color of Memory,” constructs a more arbitrary relationship between time and color. Misaligning the color plates within the images perform the same function as a prism when refracting white light into the component colors, creating colorful ghosting where movement occurs. The fourth section, “The Color of Memory: The Color of White,” examines the shifting colors across a white landscape. The snow-covered landscape clarifies how light translates the experience of movement to the displacement of time.