A Film made by Arnold Bittleman and Carl Howard. (1969)
32 minutes / PAL
English / no subtitles
The genesis of To Open Eyes: A Film on Josef Albers developed from Arnold Bittleman's appreciation for Albers while Bittleman was a student at Yale University in the 1960s. Wanting to preserve Albers's teaching method-learning by doing-Bittleman set out with filmmaker and editor Carl Howard to make a visual record of Albers teaching students how to see and use color as a visual grammar.