Whitewashing is supposed to remove colours and patterns from space to neutralise it and provide hygiene. However, in an interior which is a dynamic space, the white paint is not enough to remove the activity of the surrounding colours. Pure white does not exist. The modernist white wall can be seen as the most colourful surface and a screen in which the room reflects. It is a frame containing the whole spectrum of light.
This project investigates relations between light, colour and human perception, as well as our cultural precognition of these phenomena. light and colour are more than meets the eye.