Artists Thomas Granseur and Tomislav Topic of the German design practice Quintessenz created the huge project, called Kagkatikas Secret, using 120 mesh layers of different colors. The result of their work is a truly surreal art installation that flutters in the wind and challenges the audience’s perception of reality.
The colorful mesh panels are strung up with wires and spray-painted with an array of 120 different colors. They’re hung in order of size to create the illusion of depth, with the largest placed near the rear stone windows that frame views to the sea. The installation strives to blur the line between reality and the virtual world; the past and the present.