The work confronts sensations of weight and lightness by covering neodymium magnets with everyday objects and iron scrap. Walls and ceiling are filled with a magnetic force field; as the spare parts and scrap pieces spread apart, a sort of inverted “flooding” of the space takes place. The presence and the action of the artist make the work a hybrid of performance and residual installation, and evoke issues beyond a merely formal interpretation. This piece is part of the series Corpo ruído [Noise Body], developed by the artist since 2007 and comprised of videos, video installations and photographs. The research aims at questioning the idea of body as a stable and clearly and directly figurable substance. Exploring the physical-chemical properties of magnets and metals, the artist presents the human body as a terrain of crisis, instability and transformation.