The installation is a selection of images from the NIH National Institute of General Medical Science's Life: Magnified's collection. The original exhibit was featured at Washington Dulles International Airport, and was the inspiration for this project. The images include cells from the human body, in addition to cells and structures of model organisms like fruit flies and zebrafish. Though many of the vibrant colors do not occur naturally, the chemical dyes and enhancements are a normal part of the processes that allow researchers to study structures within a cell. Specially ordered, low-profile light boxes enhance the colors and structures displayed in the photographs. More information about the project can be found on the NIH website.