Colornade (2021) by Injas Devoldere

About the artwork

The twelve glass columns of the Colornade form a static whole that comes to life through the natural elements.
Sun, fog, clouds, snow, rain and lightning have an impact on the poetic play of light and shadow.
The artwork is therefore in permanent change and enters into a dialogue with the white wall behind it.
The glass reflects the environment and lets the six basic colors speak.
If you move past the artwork, you will discover new color mixtures and connections with the surrounding architecture.
At dusk, the LED lighting takes over the day's work and the whole area comes to rest.

About the artist

image Injas Devoldere, lives and works in Ghent -

Free graphics at the Higher Institute of Visual Arts Sint-Lucas Ghent, Belgium

With each image, Injas Devoldere enters into a dialogue with the factors that determine our environment: light - colour - space. The light, constantly in motion, changes the perception of colour in a context. He challenges these mutual relationships and reflects on the moments when the interaction reaches a specific intensity.