Like most great works of art, this one is simple. It consists of no more than a smart rule of play, some colored lights (courtesy of Zumtobel Illuminazione) and a little computer program that extracts exactly one color value from a DVD. The video played is the curators’ choice.
Notably, the visitors will never have the chance of actually seeing the film itself. All they will ever get, sitting on the Hadid-built bench underneath the installation, shall be the beautiful Rehberger-conceived fluorescence emanating from the ledge of the museum’s roof.