• chrono.prints by LAb[au]
  • chrono.prints by LAb[au]
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Clémentine Crochet
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Clémentine Crochet
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Clémentine Crochet
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Clémentine Crochet
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Clémentine Crochet
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Clémentine Crochet
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Lab[au]
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Lab[au]
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Lab[au]
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Lab[au]
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Lab[au]
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Lab[au]
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Lab[au]
  • Chrono.prints by Lab[au] (Fondation Vasarely) ©Lab[au]

LAb[au] | Chrono.prints

Fondation Vasarely, Aix-en-Provence

Installation, Belgium, 2009

The chrono.prints are a series of 24 computer-generated images, based on the 24 hours of a day, attributing the units of time to the primary colours of light. The hours become red, the minutes are green and the seconds are blue, thus creating chromatic textures. The chrono.prints are part of the “chrono” series which also includes “Chrono.tower”, a luminous artwork based on the Dexia tower in Brussels and created using the same concept.

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