Three types of ozone aroma molecules are combined in a base of chemistry that allows for their moist breezy and electrical smelling qualities to bloom. They are housed in a handmade geodesic black paper sphere that allows for a suitable thermodynamic environment for the aroma molecules to circulate without spreading too far into the gallery. An ultrasonic speaker provides a focused sound beam into the area near to the smelling sphere that enables the viewer to smell ozone like molecules and hear the sound of the suns interaction with the earths ionosphere recorded by the artists using a VLF antennae and a sound recorder.

This work was first exhibited at the Sarjeant Gallery – Te Whare O Rehua Whanganui  New Zealand in 2010 and was including in Living in the Ruins of the Twenty First Century at UTS gallery in 2013.