Stereoscopy for Kandinsky

Stereoscopy for Kandinsky is a beautiful animation that takes you on a journey through Kandinsky’s abstract visual language.

Kandinsky believed that art should strive to be as abstract as music to be effective. Art that was free of any references to the tangible world was his goal, and he worked hard to achieve it. He believed that the way colors and lines were organized in a painting might convey feelings to the viewer. Musical tones were related to specific colors in his mind, and he regarded color to have an extremely potent spiritual significance.”

Alfred Imageworks has created an animation that takes you on a journey through Kandinsky’s abstract visual language.

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