Normal Flora Light by Graspinghand
by Harry / February 8, 2013
Like a giant petri dish, Graspinghand's Normal Flora pendant light projects a sample of human bacteria on a 65cm diameter screen.




Says Graspinghand, "Normal Flora is the given name to the common human body bacteria. In numbers, there is ten times more bacteria than human cells in an healthy body. 500 to 100000 different species are living inside us."

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Normal Flora, the device, "is composed of a circular screen, a petri dish filled with nutriments placed above, a led light emitter fixed on the ceiling, and a thin bended steel structure holding the parts in place."

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"After the intrusion, bacterial activity is visible on the circular screen, changing the light and the appearance of the lamp over time."

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