Lausanne, ephemeral light concept

Collaboration: Lausanne industrial services (SIL), Public Lighting Division

Picture : André Schlaepfer

This dynamic light installation refers to the famous mathematical geometry problem considered to be insoluble: Squaring the circle.

Thirteen side-scatter fiber optic squares come alive and twirl inside a circle. They rotate around themselves like the mathematical problem that resisted the mathematicians for more than three millennials.