Chromatosaturation (1969) by Carlos Cruz-Diez

In 1969, the Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez put together 22 chambers where red, blue, and green plexiglas cabins were used to stimulate the viewer’s emotions through a spectrum of colour. I love the idea given what was then happening in the world. Cruz-Diez is based in France and is known to have changed how colour is perceived in art. His website  is worth checking out. 

According to his artist’s statement, color is an autonomous reality, devoid of anecdotes, that evolves in real time and space with no need of form or support.