What Colours are you made of?

An  interactive art installation that is based on this very rhetorical question and how self reflection could help us reflect better as  a society.

 

This Artwork borrows heavily from probably the oldest trick in the optical/light installation space.

 

You have seen it at many art fairs and exhibitions, most recently at the Milan design week as  a part of Samsung’s 'Resonance' installation series.

Taken the conversation going on, about differentiating or acting averse to  people or a bias because of caste, religion, gender and all other such things that  humans use to sometimes invoke each other to act against humanity, it feels right to use this simple science experiment again to metaphorically represent the fact that in front of such a force(the artwork), alien to the concepts above, each object (human) standing in front of it is made of the colours of a combination of colours the force emits on the object(human).

 

And whatsoever, when in act, neither the force nor the humans themselves can differentiate in terms of the concepts of caste, religion, gender and all other such things that humans use to sometimes invoke each other to act against  humanity.

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