Artist Creates a Color Wheel Filled with Found Objects Collected on Her Daily Walks

Brett Day Windham's "Cypher" is a color coded installation filled with pieces of urban debris collected over one month during her daily walks with other artists, creators and tinkers around South Brooklyn. The installation grew slowly, day by day, and the chroma of the objects dictated a unique color wheel. In a recent interview with Whitewall Magazine, Windham said, “The desire to organize and celebrate color drives me into the studio more than almost anything else. I love to find color in unexpected places, and also to-reimagine how it is used." Cypher is included in the summer exhibition Story of a Story, at Brooklyn nonprofit Smack Mellon. The exhibition runs June 13 - July 26, 2015.

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via [Hyperallergic]