a collective spatial installation in complementary colours.
By changing red, green and blue ambient light the visitor is constrained to focus on the respective complementary-coloured design elements. This simple effect induces the illusion of motion in actually static pictures and objects. Various early Animation techniques are used to tell tiny stories, altogether creating an immersive visual experience in a contemporary moving-picture language.
RingGingBling started at sound:frame festival 2013. Since then it is evolving as ongoing collective experiment within the exhbition context.