These floating pixel-perfect rainbows aren’t computer generated

For artistic duo Quintessenz, colour is everything. They work with a special mesh material to create disorientating installations that transform as light and wind flow through them.

Tomislav Topic and Thomas Granseuer met at university in Germany and have since etched out a signature style — using colour as a bridge between the digital and analog. For them, the purpose of their artworks is using colour to trick the eye and make us question what is real in a world dominated by screens. Read more...

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