The second volume in the Color Relativity series
This volume will build on the movements discussed in Volume 1.
We will talk about the classical idea of three primary colors, how to take important lessons from that, but create a more flexible understanding of colors
We will also talk about:
Complementary colors: Complementary colors are important foundations in color relationships, but they are not well understood. We will take a new look at them.
Color space: How distance between colors affects their relationships
Creating color contexts: Areas of color that arise from the combination of other colors.
Color as a wave: A new way of thinking about color movements and relationship.
Color and music: Music has clear ideas about movements and relationships between sounds. These ideas are important and relevant to color movements. Direct translations do not work, but we can learn from the principles applied in music, and search for our own in color