Hey Olafur, can you make a white light that does not let yellow appear?!
A White Room Without Yellow was an exhibition at LMNO gallery in which I created a special type of light called Special cold-white light. This slightly bluish white light makes yellow disappear (it becomes either bright Red-Orange or whitish).
A White Room Without Yellow refers to – and is a comment on – Olafur Eliasson’s piece Room for one colour (1997), in which Eliasson uses his so-called “monofrequency lamps” (in fact low-pressure sodium lamps) to erase all colors (see: http://olafureliasson.net/archive/artwork/WEK101676/room-for-one-colour).
Using sodium or any monochromatic light to erase colors is easy, what happens in A White Room Without Yellow is much more difficult to achieve.