Tirant is a series of six paintings.
Tirant in french is understood in the sense that we say, for example, that green is more yellow than blue.
This series presents my first manifesto on color.
There is no pure color. Color is a still another color.
The color is spectral. This is both a space and a ghost.
Here, one projector projects a first square of colored light on a monochrome
letting an edge of 5 cm on the paint. 1 other projector projects a second square of
light of another color that is perfectly superimposed on the first square.
The colors mix. The controller varies the intensity of the projectors.
When a projector is at full power the other is at its lowest.
The perception of color is going to take all the steps of mixing the two colored lights.
This is done in a very slow time for a contemplative space. The color is immaterial.
2 profile spotlights, 2 filters, 1 programmer, 1 monochrome matt acrylic paint
Dimension of each monochrome: 200cm x 200 cm