Color and Motion
We see color first because, our cortex receives color information about our world 25 milliseconds before information about shapes arrives in our brain and then, 25 milliseconds later motion information arrives. Move you head quickly and you see focusing won’t work but, color is still perceptible. Color doesn’t sit tightly inside forms. We put color neatly inside shapes in our brains. We perceive blurry areas as moving areas ( unless we just woke up and the whole world appears blurry then, our brain very quickly resets our vision to work again). A blurry shape coupled to blurry color implies motion. If the artist joins that sensation of blurry color shapes to a visual field( painting surface) which is organized using rules of linear perspective then, deep space and motion will be experienced by the viewer, as you can see in my paintings here.