For this installation, Robert Henke used the fluorescent property of phosphorus. The defined movements of the laser beam created temporary formations or structures, such as landscapes, in magical light.
A special laser projector that produces almost invisible laser light in the UV range was used for this purpose. The ultraviolet laser light excited the phosphor particles on a flat surface so that they lit up.
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