Posted by Djordje Bulajic 30 Jun 18

Airborne Data | Mosquito Police – Aerial Spectacle


This project speculates on alternative ways to treat Belgrade mosquito problems using drone technology.  Instead of polluting the air above inhabited lands with aggressive insecticide spraying, drones could be employed to precisely locate and eliminate mosquito larvae habitats as well as individual adult insects.


The Great War Island, being centrally located  and surrounded  by  water, is a mosquito-friendly environment, making it an ideal ground for treating Belgrade mosquito problems.  When finding  and eliminating a mosquito, each drone would emit a light signal, simultaneously taking part in an aerial spectacle above the island – and turning all three surrounding Belgrade river coasts into open air summer auditoriums.

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“The spectacle is not a collection of images, rather, it is a social relationship between people that is mediated by images” – Guy Debord, “The Society of the Spectacle”, 1967

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