Suprachromacy by Marcus Wendt, creative director at the London-based studio Field, features a series of gorgeous light-absorbing plants captures with infrared photography. “Is Colour a Property, or a Sensation – a part of the Object, or the Spectator? Exploring the real depth of Green in macro infrared photography of light-absorbing species. And how new (technological) eyes expand on our perception of reality.”

To search for life outside our Solar System, scientists need to discern the spectra of life that might have evolved under parent stars that are very different from our Sun. Each planet will have different dominant colors for photosynthetic pigments, based on gases in the planet’s atmosphere, and which part of the light spectrum mostly reaches the planet’s surface.

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