• DVD Video, 7 minutes, 2001
Turquoise and Pink
Turquoise and Pink are actually the same colour. They look the same, are indistinguishable.About 8% of men and 0.5% of women have a colour vision deficiency.I show my colours and avow myself to deuteranopia and protanomaly (so called green blindness and red weakness). My complete inability to perceive green and my diminished ability to perceive red result in a variety of indistinguishable colours.A selection of colours put side by side shows those colours, which seem the same to me and other people with a colour vision deficiency.
  • DVD Video, 7 minutes, 2001
Turquoise and Pink
Turquoise and Pink are actually the same colour. They look the same, are indistinguishable.About 8% of men and 0.5% of women have a colour vision deficiency.I show my colours and avow myself to deuteranopia and protanomaly (so called green blindness and red weakness). My complete inability to perceive green and my diminished ability to perceive red result in a variety of indistinguishable colours.A selection of colours put side by side shows those colours, which seem the same to me and other people with a colour vision deficiency.
  • DVD Video, 7 minutes, 2001
Turquoise and Pink
Turquoise and Pink are actually the same colour. They look the same, are indistinguishable.About 8% of men and 0.5% of women have a colour vision deficiency.I show my colours and avow myself to deuteranopia and protanomaly (so called green blindness and red weakness). My complete inability to perceive green and my diminished ability to perceive red result in a variety of indistinguishable colours.A selection of colours put side by side shows those colours, which seem the same to me and other people with a colour vision deficiency.
  • DVD Video, 7 minutes, 2001
Turquoise and Pink
Turquoise and Pink are actually the same colour. They look the same, are indistinguishable.About 8% of men and 0.5% of women have a colour vision deficiency.I show my colours and avow myself to deuteranopia and protanomaly (so called green blindness and red weakness). My complete inability to perceive green and my diminished ability to perceive red result in a variety of indistinguishable colours.A selection of colours put side by side shows those colours, which seem the same to me and other people with a colour vision deficiency.
  • DVD Video, 7 minutes, 2001
Turquoise and Pink
Turquoise and Pink are actually the same colour. They look the same, are indistinguishable.About 8% of men and 0.5% of women have a colour vision deficiency.I show my colours and avow myself to deuteranopia and protanomaly (so called green blindness and red weakness). My complete inability to perceive green and my diminished ability to perceive red result in a variety of indistinguishable colours.A selection of colours put side by side shows those colours, which seem the same to me and other people with a colour vision deficiency.
  • DVD Video, 7 minutes, 2001
Turquoise and Pink
Turquoise and Pink are actually the same colour. They look the same, are indistinguishable.About 8% of men and 0.5% of women have a colour vision deficiency.I show my colours and avow myself to deuteranopia and protanomaly (so called green blindness and red weakness). My complete inability to perceive green and my diminished ability to perceive red result in a variety of indistinguishable colours.A selection of colours put side by side shows those colours, which seem the same to me and other people with a colour vision deficiency.
  • DVD Video, 7 minutes, 2001
Turquoise and Pink
Turquoise and Pink are actually the same colour. They look the same, are indistinguishable.About 8% of men and 0.5% of women have a colour vision deficiency.I show my colours and avow myself to deuteranopia and protanomaly (so called green blindness and red weakness). My complete inability to perceive green and my diminished ability to perceive red result in a variety of indistinguishable colours.A selection of colours put side by side shows those colours, which seem the same to me and other people with a colour vision deficiency.
  • DVD Video, 7 minutes, 2001
Turquoise and Pink
Turquoise and Pink are actually the same colour. They look the same, are indistinguishable.About 8% of men and 0.5% of women have a colour vision deficiency.I show my colours and avow myself to deuteranopia and protanomaly (so called green blindness and red weakness). My complete inability to perceive green and my diminished ability to perceive red result in a variety of indistinguishable colours.A selection of colours put side by side shows those colours, which seem the same to me and other people with a colour vision deficiency.