Colour, light and space are the fundamental materials used in this project. With these intangible phenomena 'sculptures' are created that make the invisible visible. Architecture is, by nature, static; whereas light and colour remain changeable. By breaking the natural daylight that enters an architectural space into colours, the changeability of colour is visualized and emphasized.

The White Light Breaks up into Colours, 2021, Galerie Wit, Wageningen

The White Light Breaks up into Colours, 2021, egg tempera on wood, transparant colorfoils on plexiglass, acrylic paint on steel frames, 165 x 165 x 60 cm
The White Light Breaks up into Colours, 2021, egg tempera on wood, transparant foils on plexiglass, acrylic paint on steel frames, 165 x 165 x 60 cm

The White Light Breaks up into Colours, 2021, egg tempera on wood, transparant foils and glass paint on glass, 65 x 65 x 59 cm

The White Light Breaks up into Colours, 2020, Koningskerkje, Vierlingsbeek

The White Light Breaks up into Colours, 2020, Koningskerkje, Vierlingsbeek

Pictures of visitors. Made on different days and times with ever changing light so that the colours where always in motion.
Pictures of visitors. Made on different days and times with ever changing light so that the colours where always in motion.

Making of the project ´The White Light Breaks up into Colours´, 2020, 3.11 min

Film by Henk Huibers