Chromoscope

1965

Chromoscope (Paris 1968)
The Chromoscope is an instrument for us to carry, as we would carry a spyglass. It is an instrument intended to operate the transfiguration of the nocturnal landscape of large cities. Its attraction does not reside on the object itself but on the visual event that it generates. It is a piece that acts as intermediary between the reality and our eye, conditioning our sight to a new perception of our surroundings.

The Chromoscope is a work closely linked to the possibilities offered by the night life in the big cities, the more numerous the possibilities the more visual situations are produced. Through the Chromoscope, by a diffraction effect, shapes are pulverized and all the light points are separated into the colors of the spectrum.

 

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Centro Niemeyer
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33400 Avilés, Spain
26.09.14 - 31.05.15

Maison de l'Amérique latine
217, Boulevard Saint-Germain,
Paris, France
04.11.14 - 31.01.15

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317 NW 28th st.
Miami, FL 33127, USA
01.12.14 - 28.02.15

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Auckland, New Zealand
11.10.14 - 08.02.15

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The University of Texas at Austin
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Austin, USA
20.09.14 - 15.02.15

Design Museum
Jan Breydelstraat 5,
9000 Gent, Belgium
15.11.14 - 01.03.15

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10975 SW 17th Street
Miami, FL 33199
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Centre Pompidou
Place Georges Pompidou,
Paris, France
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