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Karina Smigla-Bobinski created interactive apparatuses generating astonishing optical effects and an consciousness-expanding visual experience. KALEIDOSKOP functions as a very large and completely walkable light box. On its surface float in separate layers inks in cyan, magenta and yellow (CMY). But these colors what we see are not there, they do not exist outside of our head, they are completely created by our brain and so definitely “virtual”.
▼ KALEIDOSKOP是一个巨大的可以走进去的光盒子，KALEIDOSKOP functions as a very large and completely walkable light box.
Every kind of pressure – be it with one finger, with the feet or be it with the entire body – displaces and shifts the inks and it produced by overlapping the „real” colors red, green and blue (RGB). The liquids are serving as filters and transform the white backlight of the box in infinite variations. Filters change the colors by letting through only certain wavelengths of the light. In KALEIDOSKOP the filtering inks are free flowing and so the rigid analytic investigation of the laws of optic turns into a psychedelic experience within a delirious abundance of colors. Further more, Karina transfers the aesthetic force of the installation into the public space on a very large scale: A camera faced centrally downwards from above is shooting the people using the playing surface.
▼通过压力而改变色彩，Every kind of pressure displaces and shifts the inks