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Brief Published: 30 Apr 2012

Akihiko Miyoshi: Colour Abstracts


Working to bring art and technology closer together, Portland-based Japanese artist Akihiko Miyoshi’s latest photographic work discusses the friction between digital imaging and traditional photography.

Using colours derived from red, green and blue – the additive primary hues used by digital screens – Miyoshi creates photographic compositions that appear to use colour abstractly.

The additive colour model is becoming increasingly influential on the perception and treatment of colour, as outlined in the Stylus Spectrum Autumn/Winter 2013-14 Rationale RGB.

Akihiko Miyoshi

Art & Design