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Colorful Tunnel Installation created with over 4,000 panels and 17,000 Binder Clips

CHROMAtex.me is a site specific installation created by the art and design group SOFTlab.  Colorful tunnels spread throughout the gallery suspended from the ceiling.  The largest opening engulfs the front window and is accompanied by four other apertures.  CHROMAtex.me is created using 4,416 uniquely colored panels held together by 17,000 binder clips.  The installation was sponsored by a crowdfunding project, each contributor's name laser etched on the back of a panel.  After the end of the installation's exhibit, the structure was dismantled and each panel mailed around the world to the contributor whose name is etched on it. See more images of the installation after the jump.

CHROMAtex.me is a site specific installation created by the art and design group SOFTlab.  Colorful tunnels spread throughout the gallery suspended from the ceiling.  The largest opening engulfs the front window and is accompanied by four other apertures.  CHROMAtex.me is created using 4,416 uniquely colored panels held together by 17,000 binder clips.  The installation was sponsored by a crowdfunding project, each contributor’s name laser etched on the back of a panel.  After the end of the installation’s exhibit, the structure was dismantled and each panel mailed around the world to the contributor whose name is etched on it.

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