Colors form a space, seemingly continuous and varying, much like the space of our reality. Such a space might seem easy to picture, much like a rainbow, colors seeping into each other, becoming something new and different. Yet what is the structure of such a space? Certainly there must be more than just an endless blending of colors. The questions isn’t an easy one to answer because it turns out that there are already a number of structures for giving color spatial form. In these experiments, the space of colors is explored by thinking of that space much like gravity or as a force that shapes and curves the space around it.