What if printed colour loss its colour by becoming a pattern and that pattern be colour again, is that colour information still be the same? ‘Pattern to colour’ is an experiment printing practice with a singular pattern, which is founded from ‘Color to pattern’ project. The pattern is 2000% zoomed up from printed colour then it has lost its colour. I printed this pattern again, put the pattern on the middle and duplicate it from the centre to outside by reducing its size. Because of reducing the size of the pattern, in the end, the pattern becomes a flat colour again. However it becomes colour again, it has crash moire when it printing because of lots of different density of halftone dots. As a colour, it has only one colour information, but this unexpected moire makes colour gradient.

Process colour (2016)
screenprint on paper
700mm X 700mm