Lucciole is a light installation art piece consisting of twenty porcelain elements. At first the individual light sources appear to be identical. At a closer look however, differences between each individual can be discovered in its fine nuances. In contrast to the usual processing of porcelain objects, where marks and edges are to be finished and polished, those flaws become an integral design feature of the light object. In daylight, the viewer is able to recognize the supposedly unclean edges, whereby the bodies themselves appear to be perfect. If the light installation is illuminated from within each and every single element, the inaccuracies in the structure of the individual bodies also come to view. The ensemble of porcelain elements result in a cloud, presenting an exciting play of light and shadow, both in daylight and illuminated in the darkened room.