LGM#1

In the winter of 1967 radio astronomers observed a signal of such an artificial nature, that for some weeks members of the group seriously considered whether it might come from an alien intelligence. LGM#1 pays tribute to this not yet happened first contact with the ‘Little Green Men’. Yet the real source of the pulsing signal are super-massive rapidly rotating remnants of stars, so called Pulsars. Each blinking LED follows the rhythms of one of those exotic cosmic objects: some blink once every few seconds, others flash several hundred times in the same period. All currently know 2659 Pulsars together create the chaotic flickering, the very noisy nature of this artwork.

www.quadratuIn the winter of 1967 radio astronomers observed a signal of such an artificial nature, that for some weeks members of the group seriously considered whether it might come from an alien intelligence. LGM#1 pays tribute to this not yet happened first contact with the ‘Little Green Men’. Yet the real source of the pulsing signal are super-massive rapidly rotating remnants of stars, so called Pulsars. Each blinking LED follows the rhythms of one of those exotic cosmic objects: some blink once every few seconds, others flash several hundred times in the same period. All currently know 2659 Pulsars together create the chaotic flickering, the very noisy nature of this artwork.

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