” For Munster’s Skulptur Projekte 2017, Huyghe has developed a time- based bio-technical system in a former ice rink that closed in 2016. This involved bio-and media-technogical interventions and required extensive architectural de- and reconstruction. All the processes taking place within the very large hall are mutually interdependent: some of them are determined by the HeLa cell line, in a constant process of devision in an incubator. Among its various effects, the cells’ growth triggers the emergence of augmented reality shapes. Variations in a Conus textile pattern change the spatial configuration: for example, the opening and shutting of a pyramid-shaped window in the ceiling of the hall.”