COLOUR CORDINATES

VISITS TO MITSUO MIURA EXHIBITION
Visitas Mitsuo

Picture: Roberto Ruiz.

A star enters twilight when, due to the effect of the rotation of the planet, it crosses the plane of the horizon and passes from the visible to the invisible hemisphere. In the case of the Sun this marks the end of the day. Sunset is a pale tint of orange. A completely imprecise and ambiguous representation of colour that happens fleetingly during twilight. The first use of sunset as the name of colour dates back to 1916.

In this brief meet-up at the museum we are going to create a space for leisurely contemplation. We will take a slow walkthrough enlivened with stories about colour, the work of Mitsuo Miura and actions that happen with light. Over the course of the visit, we will look more intently, we will try to stimulate our pupils in order to perceive differently and we will talk a lot, an awful lot, about colour. We will take a tour of the museum through its spectrum of colours, we will submerge ourselves in its light and the geometries, and we will go up to the roof terrace at the exact time to contemplate the mysterious colour of the sky at the moment when the sun disappears from Móstoles.

 

COLOUR CORDINATES

Type of activity
Visits
Intended for
Anyone interested
Duration
17:00 - 18:00H
Dates
Every Wednesday
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Access
Attendance open and free while places last

Maximum capacity: 20 persons