Colour Space RGByxy
Colour Space RGByxy
Colour Space RGByxy
Colour Space RGByxy
Colour Space RGByxy
Colour Space RGByxy
Colour Space RGByxy
Colour Space RGByxy

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An abstract structure designed to be a three-dimensional sculptural equivalent of colour space. It contains a spectrum of colours, each given height, width, and depth in a spatial field of colour, forming a painted sculpture. According to the artist, 'it acts as a beacon and conductor of colour in its surroundings'.

Colour Space RGByxy






H 250 x W 130 x D 109 cm

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Acquisition method

commissioned by Stoford Propery Ltd in collaboration with Public Artist Limited

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Stoford Propery Ltd


Stoford Propery Ltd

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Unveiling date

8th September 2017


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Located at

Cotmore Business park, Oxfordshire


Located on the grass frontage of the Cotmore Business Park, alongside the B4012.