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“Colour is a power which directly influences the soul.” Wassily Kandinsky

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Technology and art are closely intertwined. All art involves the use of technology.  The tools a painter uses would not exist without technology.  Certainly, photography was founded on technological advances in chemistry, physics, optics, and other branches of science.  My use of technology for this series involves the recent development of inexpensive LED light strips and tiny electronic controllers.  These tools have allowed me to study pure color and light.

The first hardcover book that I ever purchased was called “Art and Technology” (the author for the book is for lost to history).  This was back in 1974.  Both Art and Technology has significantly changed since then, but the connection is real.