Two amber-coloured, cast-rubber reliefs have been installed in the foyer next to the laboratory entrance. They form the three-dimensional representation of a sheep.

Four photographs, in the form of coloured acetate transparencies have been applied to the glazed facade above the entrance. They are panoramas of microscopic and satellite photos, four phases in a progression from microcosm to macrocosm.

The images make a visual link between microscopic photographs of bacteria or human bodies and the satellite photographs of the Earth or the universe.

RIVM, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment

Facade: transparent acetate on glass, 7×10 mtr.
Foyer: 2x relief in PU rubber, 87×110 cm.