COLOURSCAPE - Colour sculpture for concerts

The tension is rising, the World Cup Final draws nearer, the summer holidays are upon us and it's also time to make some new discoveries. Apart from sport, what can be more exciting than something that has never before been seen in Cologne?

Only 9 days. This is an experience not to be missed.

In the heart of the city, where it's all happening, a colourful tent camp has been set up. The walk-in colour sculpture COLOURSCAPE consists of 58 intensive colour chambers and invites visitors to relax, look and listen.

Since 1989, Colourscape, designed by British artist Peter Jones, has fascinated people in many locations all over Europe. British musicians Lawrence Casserley and Simon Desorgher have created an unusual venue for concerts and performances, making accessible music trends that go beyond traditional pop and video culture.

How do we hear in a sea of colours? Do colours influence the way we listen? Colourscape enables us to experience the effect of colours and in the alternating workshop and music programme, provides a welcome and stimulating change from World Cup fever.


Neumarkt, Cologne-City
1st - 9th July 2006
Opening times: daily 15 - 20 h
Admission: 5/3 Euro

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