MoMa's COLOR CODING DNA Painting by Greg Herzog
“What would an individual or subject look like if they
were represented by a color or a series of colors?”

We know what people look like in human form, on MRIs and brain scans,
but what would they look like if they were represented by color?

To answer this question, Greg Herzog created a Quantum Reaction Theory using a
geometric mathematical equation, where X# of points represent the makeup of a subject and
each degree of expression within the context of each point is color coded and weighted
accordingly.

Below is the MoMa
® Museum's COLOR CODING DNA®
key for the colors used in the MOMA Painting above.
2011 MoMa Painting by Greg Herzog
The first contemporary abstract painting of the MoMa® museum.
"White"

Refined &
Elegant
"Green"

An Achiever
"Yellow"

Logical &
Objective
"Green"

Strong &
Intense
MoMa® Painting 2011  
COLOR CODING DNA® Key
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"Black"

Intense &
Complex
"Indigo"

Global
Changes
"Red"

Self-
Expression
"Gray"

Pride in
Productivity
"Bronze"

Abstract
"Black"

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