Martin Reiche (Germany), resident in Berlin, proposes KHz, a project for the construction of antennas that map the electromagnetic spectrum and make the data available by internet. The project began in Estonia and he proposes to continue it in rural.scapes, constructing two big antennas of copper wire disguised as fences. His final goal is to construct antennas in 3 different places on the planet in order to be able to triangulate the data. The jury liked the clarity of the proposal, its tactical and political implications, the visualisation of the invisible and the sculptural element.
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