A symbolic light and sound monument dedicated to the newly born technological relic – the fluorescent lamp. In light of the European Union’s prohibition on the import and production of mercury-containing lamps, this installation is a farewell before their eventual obsolescence. Through a visually immersive experience, “Analog Fluorescence” sparks contemplation about the impact of technological and cultural progress, the volatile modern world and invites viewers to embrace the nostalgia of outlived technologies. Comprising 100 lamps originally used for illuminating corporate and educational spaces, the installation employs a corona discharge technique. Rather than the usual “on” and “off”  of the lamp, this method unveils the inherent analogue electrovacuum nature.