Monday, May 5, 2008

Nothing is really White














Elizabeth Symington, May 2008

Nothing is really White

wood, furniture nails, found objects

40” x 8” x 61”

Since color can be described by assigning it a texture, that means nothing is really white. The Braille says a name of a color that the object represents, such as yellow for the plastic juicer.



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