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Colour Theory and the Occult - Evening Workshop, Fulgur Esoterica

London Artform: visual arts   Contact: Livia



Colour has enormous potential for facilitating lateral thinking and free association. It is these qualities that make it such a powerful concept in esoteric thought, theory and practice.

As a history of the idea of colours from antiquity to the present, the workshop will rely primarily on colour ‘systems’ articulated in Agrippa’s Three Books of Occult Philosophy and the work of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. As a hands on practium, the workshop will weave participants down a path towards an understanding of color that will enable novel constructions and enhance one’s visual and/or esoteric practice. No previous experience is necessary.

Jesse Bransford is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work has been exhibited internationally at venues including, The Carnegie Museum of Art, the UCLA Hammer Museum, PS 1 Contemporary Art Center and the CCA Wattis Museum, among others. Jesse is also Clinical Associate Professor of Art and Art Education and Director of Undergraduate Studies at NYU. 

Venue:Cob Gallery 205 Royal College St, London NW1 0SG


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Date: Wednesday October 22nd 2014

Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm



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