Colours and values

There are three colours – red, yellow and blue – in the pallet that cannot be created by mixing. In this installation, each colour and later their blends have one social value, with nine values in all attached to them. Red represents collectivity, yellow individuality and blue standardisation. These are the first three colours and values that you will encounter at the beginning of the exhibition period on pristine white areas and will leave behind at the end, as all colours will be combined, subsequently dulled, and their values studied, tested and merged into new values and ideas in silent dialogues. The scheme of how the coloured piles as well as the values attached change can be studied behind the Value map table, where you can see arrows pointing towards the colours and values that will be discussed and mixed.