Unicolor, by Carsten Nicolai

Unicolor, Carsten Nicolai, 2014_Photography Julija Stankeviciene_courtesy Galerie EIGEN+ART Leipzig Berlin and The Pace Gallery © VG Bildkunst Bonn_3_lowUnicolor, Carsten Nicolai, 2014_Photography Julija Stankeviciene_courtesy Galerie EIGEN+ART Leipzig Berlin and The Pace Gallery © VG Bildkunst Bonn_2_lowUnicolor, Carsten Nicolai, 2014_Photography Julija Stankeviciene_courtesy Galerie EIGEN+ART Leipzig Berlin and The Pace Gallery © VG Bildkunst Bonn_1_low

Unicolour, designed by Carsten Nicolai, is an installation looking at the psychology of colour perception. On show at The Vinyl Factory, it displays wavelengths of blue, red, green and grey melding into each other, offering the viewer an infinite colour spectrum intermingled with audio. The piece, alongside Ryoji Ikeda’s supersymmetry, marks a year of installations taking place in Brewer Street Car Park in Soho.

All images: Photography by Julija Stankeviciene. Courtesy of Galerie EIGEN+ART, Leipzig, Berlin and The Pace Gallery. © VG Bildkunst Bonn.