Once, antennas were prominent in cities, but after the large-scale construction of underground cable networks they disappeared from most European streets. Southern Europe, Italy in particular, is an exception. For Italian lighting designer Michela Bonzi antennas are not something nostalgic - they form an ordinary part of her daily surroundings. With this installation she brings antennas back from the South to Amsterdam. They have been transformed into sculptures that instead of emitting radio waves, emanate light, and are striking in their presence. At one time the most modern medium of its time, then a disused ‘rusty forest branch’, and finally an artwork.