ultra gamma

Milano 2011

The "Ultra Gamma: Design with Unseen Waves"installation, designed with ayala bugai, neta furberg, oren htzroni and Ezri Tarazi, is based on the concept that, 50 years from now, waves will be discovered at a frequency currently unknown to mankind. More than 100 years ago, in 1895, Nobel Prize winner Professor Wilhelm Röntgen discovered that x-rays could be used to reveal the internal structure of the human body.

The exhibit installation is composed of five giant lighting structures, which are each four meters high, under a powerful and unique LED technology flashlight (the "transmitter") featuring pre-programmed changeable hue and lighting intensities.