Brief: Develop a personally driven objective or message and translate it into an appropriate medium for a spatial context. Take the interaction with the user as the starting point and create a piece of graphic design that not simply engages the user but makes him/her physically interact with it.
Outcome: Colour can be subjective and each person has their own conception of what a good colour harmony is. The response to colour heavily depends on previous experiences and personal sentiments.
Chromatic Echoes is built through the same techniques as in printing, using gradients of the colours cyan, magenta and yellow. When the gradients are on top of each other and lit from behind new colours and hues are created by subtracting light being reflected through. The result is an experience where people can interact and explore their own conception of good colour harmony and compare it with others while also gaining an understanding of how colours and light work together.
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