*film still from "Trapped in the Dream of the Other" by Revital Cohen and Tuur van Balen
*Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, by Walter and Ise Gropius, 1928, 1934
Radiolaria are microscopic single-celled organisms that live freely floating in our oceans. Most famously Ernst Haeckel discovered hundreds of new types and documented them in detailed illustrations. The name "radiolaria" derives from the cell’s outer structure of star-like antennae. These needles are like rays through which they absorb smallest organisms for nutrition. One may see these invisible beings as the electrons of our world’s oceans. Ernst Haeckel published "Kunstformen aus dem Meer: Radiolarien" in 1862. 1888 Heinrich Hertz, thanks to many scientists before him, succeeds in transmitting electromagnetic waves over a distance of ten meters.
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