The Conductor – a giant circuit board of sorts – allows visitors to watch or control a light display through a control board of switches. The lighting arrangement subtly references the graphic of an equaliser and consists of 160 fluorescent bulbs which line the iridescent zinc panelled walls.
The control station is an array of coloured resin blocks of different heights with toggle switches that sits on a table in front of the lights. The cables that connect the switches to the lights lie in heaps on the floor creating a dramatic visual effect. Visitors are encouraged to partake in the symphony of light by operating the toggles to conduct their own rhythmic light show.