RGR Gallery presents Environment Chromointerferent, a project developed by the artist Carlos Cruz-Diez.
These works project a sequence of parallel-colored strips arranged vertically using light onto walls, the ground, the public, objects, and space. A disorientating state of motion is experienced as the space it is projected on transforms and makes transparent all that is within it. This creates an environment where people and objects become one with the work, acquiring the twin roles of actors and authors in a complex chromatic event that unfolds before your very eyes.
First developed in 1974, Environment Chromointerferent challenges the notion of artwork and viewer as separate entities. By changing the relationship between viewer and artwork Cruz-Diez takes people out of the shadows and places them firmly in the spotlight.
— RGR Gallery