1. Josef Albers: A Personal Account of the Man and His Art

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    Lecture by Nicholas Fox Weber at Musuem of Modern Art, Wakamaya, Japan.

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    • Nicholas Fox Weber lectures on Josef Albers: A Per­sonal Account of the Man and his Art

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      In con­junc­tion with the exhi­bi­tion Color and Con­struc­tion, Nicholas Fox Weber, Executive Director of The Albers Foundation gave a talk called Josef Albers: A Per­sonal Account of the Man and his Art at The Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama, Japan on July 15, 2012

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      • The Logic and Magic of Color

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        January 19, 1966, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida Complete Lecture

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        • General Education and Art Education: Possessive or Productive

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          April 6, 1965. First of three lectures given at Trinity College, Hartford,Connecticut. Published by Trinity College Press as Search Versus Research, in 1969.

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          • Nicholas Fox Weber and Colm Tóibín discuss Josef Albers

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            This conversation was taped at The Lewis Glucksman Gallery in Cork Ireland on June 21, 2012 during the exhibition The Sacred Modernist: Josef Albers as a Catholic Artist curated by Nicholas Fox Weber, Director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. Josef Albers was born and raised a Catholic and at the end of his life, he regularly attended Sunday mass and went to confession. This exhibition explores the influence of this religious upbringing as well as his admiration for the masters of early Christian art and architecture.

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            • Amy Chapman on Painting and Life

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              During an exhibit of her work in 2013 at the Weston Council on Aging Gallery, Weston artist and teacher, Amy Chapman, speaks to art consultant Audrey Pepper about her life as a consultant to and student of legendary architects and artists including Walter Gropius, Josef Albers and others.

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              • Albers Homage To The Square: An Explanation

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                A descriptive analysis of the work of Josef Albers by a former student Dick Nelson. This is followed with Dick's animated collection of his own color studies which incorporate Albers format and his principles of color interaction.

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                • Life in Clay: Clary Illian extended sequences

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                  Clary Illian discusses her early influences in this, one of the special features on the DVD "A Year in the Life" the biography of Clary Illian. Illian is the former Leach apprentice who's made her career in small-town Iowa. She still throws pots in Ely, Ia. Other Special Features on the DVD include: - Over 150 slides of Clary's work in a looped slideshow - 5 minute Interview with Beth Lambert, an Arkansas potter and former apprentice of Clary's - Another short interview with eastern Iowa potter Bill Robbins Featuring music by Hot Club of Davenport More info at atomburke.com

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                  • Color Shifting

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                    When our visual perceptive system intakes color and value, the two are essentially processed separately. Value, or luminance, can be thought of as looking at an image in black and white. When two different hues have the same value, the distinction between the two disappears for the "WHERE" part of our brain. The contrast is still visible for the "WHAT" part of our brain that sees color. Thus, a shimmering effect is achieved that has long been used by artists, most notably starting with many of the impressionists. The first set of content in this video, attempts to match the value of the middle square with the background. The success will depend highly on the calibration of your monitor. The rectangle is always the complementary color of the background. The second set of content presents the visual effect of halation (defined at colorisrelative.com). Every rectangle (and later band of color) is a single block of color. When you see the seven rectangles of color, the seeming gradients exist only within our visual perceptive system. In addition subtle, affects work to show how eye fatigue, the after image (which is the complementary color), can help relax vision. The narration is provided by Jacob Liberman, mystic, doctor of optometry and author of Light: The Medicine of the Future, Take Off Your Glasses and See, and Wisdom from an empty mind. The music is used under creative common copyrights. Christopher Willits, Alexandre Navaro, and Iddu. This piece was denied for entry to Art Maui 2011. http://acolorbox.com/blog http://colorisrelative.com

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