MOCA Logo Goes Back To The Future

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A sort of post-Bauhaus/neo-Minimalist affair, the logo features a blue square for M, a green circle for O, a small letter "c" and a red triangle for A. Red/green/blue are the primary colors of the light spectrum, rather than the pigment primaries of red/yellow/blue. In the 1980s, MOCA's particular choice of primaries may have signaled a contemporary association with the age of light and space and video art rather than the older, Mondrian-and-Modernism-era colors.

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