Installed in the exhibition space is a huge, 14m wide and 4m tall polyhedral structure covered with a special material. Images in particle form are projected onto the structure's surface, while its interior is filled with minimal sounds. The visitor can walk around and into the structure, and thus experience the instantly redefined and continuously transforming installation space from various distances and angles.
Sound and video
The sound inside the structure is a 42-minute musical composition made up of 21 parts, composed of electronic sounds distributed based on a minimal solution to the mathematical problem known as "Lusin's conjecture", which questioned whether any perfect square could be divided into a number of perfect squares of different sizes. Oscillated by exciter speakers attached to the membrane on the structure's surface, the sound seems to be coming from every inch of the structure itself.
The particle images projected onto the structure's surface are generated based on analyses of the sound's volume, frequency and phase, and are reproduced with overwhelmingly sharp textures using a special type of laser projector.