Planning with light colors requires a different approach than with paint.
This project is about creating a medial wall that deals with the comparison of paint and light color. First of all, a mosaic wall was created, which was created by folding. The resulting surfaces are covered with cut-to-size foam acoustic panels. The acoustic panel elements are painted in four different colors.
In the second step, the wall was recorded using a projection mapping. With a software all individual geometric elements are masked, and the gaps between the acoustic panel elements were omitted. In any order, the mural is now alternately blended with different colors. The viewer now had to find out which parts of the wall are painted and which are colored through the light.