An object decomposing light, on the prism principle: a drop of rainbow.
Diffraction is similar to a holographic diversion.
Light inserts itself between the tower’s double skin, one made of coloured plates and the other exterior one, of glass blades. It re-enhances the existing colours on the first skin. This process, on the ton-sur-ton principle, is in the image of 19th Century art print where the artist would enhance colour on existing drawings.
The tower plays on colour matching, as a prism decomposing light, through a slow pulsating process, hence animating its entire stature.