The flux under your skin

The exhibition ‘The flux under your skin’ by the artist Prof Susanne Winterling in collaboration with the RBSL takes an artistic approach to this question. In an environment of 37 degrees, our body temperature, visitors feel the heat – energy – that nurtures us and all life inside us, while they walk through a visual installation of dense cancer tissue. The energy enables the growth of cells and bacteria in our body and their exchange with each other. This exchange can be influenced by magnetic fields, which visitors can experience in an interactive simulation.

The immersive spatial installation shown in focusTerra invites us to let technology, research and imagination merge and to follow the magnetic flux of the bacteria. For more information, see here.