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Your atmospheric colour atlas comprises condensed banks of artificially produced fog in a gallery. The fog is infused with the additive colours red, green and blue, emitted from hundreds of fluorescent lights that are installed in the ceiling as a colour grid, thus indirectly introducing a scale of measurement of the space. At each colour boundary, two hues blend to create transitional slivers of cyan, magenta, or yellow, adding up to a zone of pure, white light in the middle where all the colours meet. Walking through the dense, illuminated atmosphere, visitors navigate the space by using this intuitive colour atlas.

Fluorescent lights, colour filter foil (red, green, blue), aluminium, steel, ballasts, haze machine