Theorizing Color 2.0
"Theorizing Color 2.0" is an interdisciplinary pop-up art exhibition featuring the work of Arizona State University students across multiple areas of study. Brought together by Chloe Torri’s color theory course, these artists have collectively explored the psychological, symbolic, cultural, illusionistic and interactive elements of color. "Theorizing Color 2.0" evokes guests through a variety of media, including musical performance, video installations, captivating drawings and digital illusions.
For one night only, join the artists at this celebration on Tuesday, Dec. 3, from 6–9 p.m. in Tempe Center, Suite 174, Room 27, located next to Gallery 100.
Featuring the work of: Mariel Brooks, Jessica Bryza, Ruben Cruz Valdez, Jack Dauncey, James Dwyer, Dylan Jaeger, Silvia Jordan, Kat Lucena, Jordyn Lucero-Martinez, Everett Milloy, Karla Moeller, Kelilah Owens, Olivia Renteria, Kayla Samsing, Hannah Schlossmacher, Leslie Simon, Valeriia Starosek, Britney Vu, Robert John Wellington and Claire Zavoyna.