The color is a consequence of economy becoming environment. It reminds me of an example given by N. Katherine Hayles of when noise turns into information: the consistent presence of information around us is so repetitive that it turns into its opposite and flattens into noise; its absence is more notable than the presence of more signs and signals. The gap, the uninterrupted field of blue, cuts through this noise, and thus becomes information. We notice this hole in the economic surface that covers the entire city. If there is nothing this color blue in nature, there is nothing so empty in the city as the monochrome.