The tent-like structure of the dark church interior was transformed into a light starry cosmos by Fabian Gatermann’s installation. Countless smaller objects break the additional light in the room and make the white walls appear in all rainbow colors. The elements consist of two coated, elongated plexiglass blocks that have been joined together to form Greek crosses. The incidence of light is fanned out by the crosses in all spectral colors, similar to a prism. The objects are mounted on the wall at regular intervals behind the altar. The installation invites the viewer to interact as the color perception changes depending on the viewing angle. For Gatermann, working with light is one of his artistic focal points, as is sequence, order and repetition, which are artistically broken up by color, algorithms or other disturbances.