Eyes blink, wander softly from side to side and stare back at the onlooker again: This interdisciplinary art installation, which combines form, photography and visual performance, is called NEGUA. The installation focuses on the eye: in each case respectively opened wide, closed, looking to the left and right, a total of four photographs are taken. These images are transferred onto a computer for the projection. NEGUA comes to life when the eyes of the participants are projected onto larger than life-sized, white spheres, which are projected on a space-consuming honeycomb structure arranged installation.