Radio Killed The Electric Star
Alice Bonicelli and Lorena Rubio Toledo
Our habitat is pervaded by electromagnetic radiations deriving from electronic devices. This invisible network of waves forms a radio-scape in our environment, and surrounds us ubiquitously. Instead of shielding ourselves from these omnipresent radio waves, we speculate on future possibilities of using them as open-source energy.
Our wireless lamps are activated whenever they encounter an electromagnetic field and thus reveal the invisible presence of the radio-scape. The magic of this wireless interaction hints at new scenarios of living in the electromagnetic habitat.