Across his practice Ross Manning often subverts the use of familiar household items to create dynamic sculptures and atmospheric installations. Here Chronochromie Twins repurposes fans, cable, and fluorescent lights in a study of colour and timing. Two sets of vertically suspended coloured lights are set in motion by oscillating fans—perpetually spinning, the suspended form’s movements phase in an out of synchronicity. Although silent, the sequential movements of the perpendicular lines come to score a musical notation. Colours interact to project a many-hued spectrum that populates all matter in the surrounding space with a wash of colour, light, and shadow.