The Chromosaturation (1965) is an artificial environment composed of three colored chambers, one red, one green and one blue that immerse the visitor in a completely monochrome situation. This experience creates disturbances in the retina, accustomed to receive a wide range of colors simultaneously.
The Chromosaturation can act as a trigger, activating in the viewer the notion of color as a material or physical situation, going into space without the aid of any form or even without any support, regardless of cultural beliefs. This work relates to the idea that in the origin of every culture lies a primary event as a starting point. A simple situation that generates a whole system of thoughts, sensitivity, myths, etc.
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Miami, United States
Collection of the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
France Pavilion, Expo 2020 Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2021-2022
Labyrinthe de Chromosaturation pour un lieu public
"Art dans la rue" Festival, Boulevard Saint-Germain, Place Henri Mondor, Paris, France, 1969
Chromosaturation du Rouge et du Bleu
Exhibition "Laboratoire Espace Cerveau. Station 1", Institut d'art contemporain (IAC), Villeurbanne, France, 2009
Colllection of the Musée d'Art Contemporain (MAC) Lyon
Exhibition 'Light Show', Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, 2015
Exhibition "Todo es movimiento. Op Art y Arte Cinético en la Colección Würth", Museo Würth La Rioja, Agoncillo, Spain, 2018
Exhibition “Chroma”, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, United States, 2017