CHROME (live) uses colour chromatography to create hybrid prints. This is achieved by printing onto fabrics and papers, then soaking them in water over an extended period of time. Slowly, the prints diffuse into their constituent parts creating brilliantly colourful new images.
The process is monitored by a web camera and is synthesized through a processing code which converts the printed and diffused images into RGB values. According to the quantity of red, green and blue pixels, different sounds can be heard to play. The process can take up to 12 hours for an A2 size print.