What was once a myth is becoming a reality. In a world made up of remnants of human technology, nature has adapted to survive, creating the Wax Worm.
The world of technology is starting to be more natural to us than living forms. The object of Wax Worm is created from recycled cables and other tech devices. Talks about the power of nature and its ability to adapt to various adverse conditions caused by human intervention. Nature will prevail.
Alex Zelina and Radovan Dranga / AUSGANG
Light and sound installation
It attracts the audience with the help of animated light and sound.
Length: 6m Height: 1.5m
One 230V power supply.
The basic construction is made of iron, recycled cables, natural elements, a programmable LED strips and a speaker.
Delivery truck with a loading space length of up to 4 m
2 people with loading and unloading. 1 person for aesthetic corrections
Cables must be installed also in the ground. Approximately 20 cables from main part and 10 cables from “head”
Installation instructions manual:
Connecting head part with body part:
Proper settings of lights as seen on the images: