Time Through Colour
We take a look at a project called Time Through Colour by Romany Rowell, another of our favourite GSA graduates from 2015.
"I grew up in a household filled with debate of social and political issues, therefore I developed an interest in analysing the world around me. Observations of my surroundings are what drive my creativity and my work is fuelled by an incentive to challenge existing ideas as well as provoking different ways of looking at things."
"Time Through Colour is a colour clock which aims to challenge our perception of time by the use of colour, light and movement. The initial starting point stemmed from an exploration of RGB and maths, and through my process and development I created an interesting relationship between colour and time."
"The measurement of time is replaced with the RGB colour model, where red, green and blue light are added together to produce a continuous ever changing gradient of colour. There can be a challenge in dealing with big topics such as time, as I wanted create a strong visual aesthetic, whilst simultaneously trying to maintain the function of a clock."