The N-light membrane, a large-area, immersive binocular and light cube designed by the Croatian-Austrian design collective Numen/For Use, will temporarily occupy the rooms of OBLIK. The vanishing points are manifold and elusive, neon lines disperse into fractals, deep matrix transforms into ornaments, from the surface into depth and back. The surfaces of the cube consist of a flexible membrane and semi-transparent spy glass. By inflating or venting a connected air tank, the membrane becomes convex or concave and deforms the reflections.

The collective Numen/For Use was founded in 1998 by the product designers Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljkovićs and works in the fields of stage design, industrial design and interior design. For the past ten years, the collective has focused on the design of objects and concepts without predefined functions. As a result, interactive and experimental works such as the N-Light series and a large number of large-scale installations were created, which are currently shown in public spaces and art galleries worldwide.

OBLIK is a curated showroom for designer furniture based in Berlin-Mitte. OBLIK stands for unyieldingly interdisciplinary works and is dedicated to hybrid aesthetics at the border between contemporary art and design practice.