Glass pipes flash as muons travel pass by. Others carry seawater from Korea and from Venice. They all are kinetic extensions that stretch, like nerves, all over the Pavilion – living sculptures of dazzling colour made of water and vermiculite. Yunchul Kim (1970) created seven large-scale installations connected with one another as an organic body. The art invites visitors to enter an alternate universe where energy, matter, and life coexist according to an aesthetical canon the artist holds dear: a complex web of existences that extends to the non-human.