We are surrounded with wireless communication networks, that have become inescapable invisible metastructures of our cityscapes.


Invisibilis Radialis Sensorum is a spatial parasite that inflates as it detects increasing wireless activity by our mobile devices. It's obtrusive presence is an indicator and metaphor for the continuous stream of data transmissions.


It shape was customized to invade the Sandberg graduation exhibition 2012 at ARCAM Amsterdam. Once inflated, an entrance in IRS allowed for experiencing the negative of the exhibition.