Temperature Tuning (for Moss) consisted of three continuously changing horizontal fields of light. Each field of light carried a color temperature gradient, from vibrant hot red, to crisp white, to a deep cold blue. The fields were slowly transforming through varying
unpredictable degrees of brightness and rhythm.
In relation to its surroundings the work acted as a thermometer of the already existing color temperature spectrum in the railway and harbour area, as well as the sky. From varying
positions in the urban landscape, from far and close, multitudes of experiences in relation to the context were revealed. The work existed in symbiosis and solidarity with the given
context, sometimes nearly vanishing and sometimes clearly appearing. Temperature Tuning was simultaneously measuring and being measured, tuning and being tuned.
Galleri F15. BaneNOR.
15 x masts (6m), 15 x led profile lamps, 15 x custom printed color gradient glass gobos, 3 x white walls (50 m x 4 m), 1 x control unit