Do you feel in colors? Do you get the blues? Or go red hot with anger?
All around us is a visual palette which is intimately tied into our very emotions. The hues and tones which stretch out before our eyes tell a rich and vivid tale of love and hate, inspiration and gloom.
This is a tale which is intricate in its complexities, made up of an infinite variety of subtle tones, each with its own movement, its own feel, and its own life.
Understanding such a world involves more than just taking in and enjoying. To truly tap the wonders of such an environment you have to learn the language of color. Only in this way can you read between the lines of reality, and reveal the subtext of color in your life.
This is done on many levels, in a variety of dimensions many of which are alternate and parallel to one another. One the one hand you can explore the historical side of color, and follow the evolution of human relation to hue, while on the other hand you can turn to the present, and dissect the very nature of taste and form.
Then there is also philosophy, which seeks to intellectually understand the role of color in life. Music explores color too, giving a visual ecstasy to the visual spectacle of bent light.
And there is the great twist, for color is nothing more than light bent. It is in the interpretation by the individual, that true meaning is found. Therefore, ultimately, a real exploration of color must be conducted through the lens of your own mind.