ZERO BLUE

“Blue” by group Zero facinated me since school days in the late 70s. In 1989 I set up the first universal color code table for digital screens – after I met Friedensreich Hundertwasser in New Zealand speaking about “gold tones”. So blue and gold became my prefered colors in my works after 1990.

Universal Blue [and Universal Gold, which I will claim soon …] gets a new meaning now as in virtual worlds it is all about windlight. There is not the color an arists had in mind when creating a work. The artist needs to control the world of the visitor. No environment control no art – so simple.

Just a glimpse to the past of 1989 where Blue has been Blue. A world gone …

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