An Additive Mix was a temporary indoor work commissioned by the National Science and Media Museum, Bradford for a special exhibition to celebrate the UNESCO International Year of Light in 2015. The work comprises of a purpose-built 10m x 5m installation containing 250 individual coloured fluorescent tubes combined with infinity mirrors. An Additive Mix takes the principle that white light is composed of different colours of the spectrum (additive colours) and places people in the centre of the phenomenon; saturating them in individual hues that collectively create an intense white glow in a seemingly endless space. An Additive Mix, turns this occurrence in natural science on its head; reassembling the diffracted colours of the rainbow and projecting them to ‘infinity’ as visitors explore.
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