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Only Large Bodies Remain on the Surface


Team: IM-A Studio (Katya Bryskina and Nataly Nemkova) and Davide Tagliabue


Microbes constantly move, and it makes our environment extremely dynamic. This process remains imperceptible to us even though it plays a critical role in our ecosystem and human health. The pavilion provides a unique space to observe invisible aerobic matter as tiny organisms' movements translate into water and light vibrations. The space interface changes depending on the air microbiome, which is affected by temperature, humidity, and human presence. It emphasises all types of bodies circulating in space and influencing each other, as well as the coexistence of human and non-human agents.


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