Light, color and space are the essential ingredients for kuk0 und kukI, which are not only wall lamps, but veritable murals too! The ‚Radiant‘ plexiglass material used here reflects the light, lets it pass and disperses it into its full color spectrum. By placing an illuminant between two radiant panels reflecting each other, an infinite virtual space is created that reaches into the depths of the wall and, like the colors themselves, changes in relation to the angle from which it is observed. A frontal view of the fixture before it is illuminated makes it appear to be a reflecting surface. Once the light is turned on, however, the material reveals its more interesting characteristics. While the green and yellow fractions of the light source are being reflected, the red and purple ones pass right through. From this springs the green and golden shimmer surrounding the fixture on the wall, and in contrast, the red and violet glow of the material‘s surface. The colors of glowing surfaces and illuminant as well as the virtual space‘s depth change as the observer moves around the fixture. With the frontal plane being flexibly mounted, it is possible to modify the planes‘ position in respect to one another, and thus to alter the virtual space. Coated acrylic glass, anodized aluminium, fine steel wire, 230 volts. Surface measure: 40 x 40 cm, depth: 11 cm. Illuminant kuk0: ring-shaped fluorescent tube Lumilux T5, 22 W, socket 2GX13.