CHROMAesthesiae is a landscape of color populating space in high contrast-gradated clusters. This installation is an investigation on the spatial and chromatic perception of space. By using modularity to generate complexity through repetition, CHROMAesthesiae explores the production of spatial effects through simple strategies. The piece was developed using high-gloss printing paper, acrylic and binder clips.
Design Team: Michael Szivos, Jose Gonzalez, Carrie McKnelly, Elliot White
SOFTlab is a design studio based in New York City. The studio was created by Michael Szivos shortly after receiving a graduate degree in architecture from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University. The studio has since been involved in the design and production of projects across almost every medium, from digitally fabricated large-scale sculpture, to interactive design, to immersive digital video installations.