Danielle Brustman’s truly inspired work ‘Coloured in 2020’ is an installation piece for the NGV Triennial 2020 and a playful nod to Le Corbusier’s Colour Keyboards.
A spectacular bringing-together of notions of colour and form.
In ‘Coloured in 2020 , designer Danielle Brustmann strives to challenge the perception of private and public space. Danielle saw the possibilities for using Tretford carpet as the medium in this installation and through her stunning use of colour, she shows how the Tretford palette can be transformed.
She extends this sense of play to her kids workshop at the Triennial with a Le Corbusier-inspired colouring-in device and activity sheet as part of the Triennial events kids festival. – open for a limited season in 2021.
Various colours of Tretford Roll were used in juxtaposition to the colours of the stained glass ceiling of the Gallery – brilliantly installed by C4 National Flooring Services, VIC.
|Project name:|| NGV Triennial – Coloured in 2020 – Installation -Victoria|
|Shape:||2m wide Roll|
|Colours:||Diplomat Red, Double Cream, Steppe / Lipstick, Taupe, Anthracite, Khalka,|
Peacock, Apple, Midnight, Brilliant Blue, Jonquille, Bilberry, Orange Squash, Dark Chocolate,
Cashmere (Marzipan) Damson, Indigo, Argun (Cashew), Shaman / Ice, Silver Birch, Blackberry,
Burnt Orange, Burgundy, Freshwater, Evergreen, Petrol Green, Sayan (Caribbean), Tuvan (Rose),
Night Sky, Urga (Fog), Magenta.
|Photography:||Sean Fennessy Photography|