Monica Monté, Isaac Monté
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Catching Waves

PX VI – Signaling exposure to radio waves

This prosthetic is worn on the earlobe and feeds on radio waves, growing and shrinking depending on the intensity of waves surrounding the wearer. We are continuously exposed to a wide range of electromagnetic radiation: radio waves from Bluetooth, microwave ovens, WiFi, 5G and GPS. Small, invisible particles are transmitted through the air, making the lives we live today possible. However, the long term impact on health of this is still unknown and requires further research. 

This prosthetic collects data and enables future health research on radio waves. 

Materials: Ecoflex rubber/Custom made electronics/Compressor/Air waves

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