Rhode was strongly inspired by the Bauhaus artist and teacher Herbert Bayer’s famous diagram from 1935 depicting the eye’s perception of three-dimensional space; Bayer’s illustration shows a figure surrounded by geometric planes and their awareness of a 360 degree field of vision. Diagram extended field of vision (Herbert Bayer, 1935), Visual Communication, Architecture, Painting, New York, Reinhold publishing corporation, 1967
Konrad Smolenski, "The End of Radio," audio installation, 2012. "The End of Radio" is an audio installation consisting of nearly two hundred microphones on stands, which send out signals instead of receiving them. This reversal of the primary function of the microphone alludes to the increased emission of signals which are more and more difficult to assimilate.