Surfaces have more than one dimension in the Raw-Edges installation. Even the exterior of the installation, consisting of digitally printed curtains, hints at the concept of a multi-layered structure. The curtain invites you to enter, and inside, visitors find a space isolated from the trade fair context and a moment of concentration, of visual calm. Like the nuclei of a cell, objects of different organic shapes float here, their surfaces sometimes transparent, sometimes shimmering opaque: luminous objects, designed by Studio Raw-Edges for this installation and formed from a 3D-printed mesh. The special feature: The mesh does not become transparent when it is illuminated, but "closes" with the light, becoming an opaque form; it only regains its transparency when the light goes out. In her presentation, Yael Mer from Raw Edges will provide insights into the concept of Sense of Surface.