Posted: Mar 31, 2020 2:07 pm
by don't get me started
crazyfitter wrote:

He goes on to deal with pigmentation, IQ, sport, and modern subtle racism.

I'm just picking away at a book called 'The Secret Lives of Colour' which I'll review in the other thread when I have finished it.
One of the chapters dealt with the ways that 'skin tone' has been dealt with by people whose business it is to measure colour.
The author mentioned the 'humanae' project in which artist Angelica Dass photographed people against a plain backdrop that corresponded with the Pantone classification for the colour of their skin as measured by pixel matching. It looked really interesting and led me to this website:

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