Scenario 1: "What if there were no fossil fuels and the sun were the only source of energy? We would use the energy offered by the sun."
The bright side of the sun: the light installation is composed of an array of 625 halogen lamps, reflected in a framework of mirrors, creating the visual effect of a 50 m diameter sphere. The energy of the installation is precisely that of the sun, in fact, it comes from renewable sources. Thanks to a visual effect achieved through non-parallel mirror panels, looking inside the installation, the visitors discover a ‘quadrisphere’ much larger than its container. The caustic lights given by the reflections on the Mylar evoke the light of the galaxy. The sun reflected is about 20 m in diameter and the solar energy reproduced is about 30 Kwh.
Scenario 2:"What if climate disasters became more and more frequent? We would be gathering in resilient communities, sharing resources and hopes. Because we’re all on the same boat."
Disaster: light installation composed of a vibrant platform and a ring light which projects the shades of the visitors on the walls. Dis-astro (disaster), which literally means ‘with no stars’, because with no references you may get lost. Visitors are all reunited on a drafting raft, their bodies are the only presence on scene, a bulwark of hopeful humanity looking for holds and landing places.
Scenario 3:"What if we could not stay outside and had to take solar showers for health reasons? We would share a moment of care and meditation together. There would be indoor light therapy for humans."
Solarium: light installation composed of UV dynamic lights on the ceiling, surrounded by mirror-walls. On the floor, there are cushions to lie on.