RGB artworks reveal different layers when exposed to varying chromatic stimuli. One can isolate the layers by viewing the artwork under red (R), green (G), or blue (B) light. The superimposition of three different images, each in a primary color, results in unexpected and productive readings and misreadings.
RGB Split is curated by teaching associates Jordan Berta (M.Arch. '16), Hallie Black (B.Arch. '19), Maddy Eggers (B.Arch. '19), Evan McDowell (B.Arch. '19), and Alex Mecattaf (M.Arch. '18).
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