Color is omnipresent, a concept we take for granted, so obvious that it doesn’t seem to require further reflection. But what if reality were not so simple? Color has been attracting the attention of philosophers, artists, historians and scientists for centuries. In recent times, the most advanced developments in artificial intelligence, neuroscience and psychology have been added to make our machines capable of understanding what for us is intuitive.
The exhibition Color. The knowledge of the Invisible explores the different facets of this apparently universal phenomenon, establishing an interesting dialogue between science, art and technology.