Danielle Brustman has designed the Coloured In exhibition in Victoria, Australia.
This project uses interior design strategies in dialogue with the NGV Collection exhibition spectrum: An Exploration of Colour – to investigate the functional and affective qualities of colour, shining light on the role of colour in shaping human experience.
The work of Coloured In comprises harmonic and discordant colour combinations where the vibrant schema makes connections with the architecture of the NGV International building and works on display.
Brustman draws influence from Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier's colour theory espoused in his 1930 essay, "Architectural Polychromy", and accompanying colour tool, Claviers de Couleurs, to compose her rich and idiosyncratic palette.
Designer: Danielle Brustman
Project: Coloured In