Today mankind is surrounded by a number of invisible threats capable of causing significant damage to the human body or fully destroying it. Air pollution, viruses, radiation are capable of having a considerable impact on the environment and transforming it. I use projectors with a green filter to expose and identify places contaminated by radiation. The additional element in the form of a splash of color on the light destroys the formal photographic look, representing an invisible threat, and thereby rendering the image more realistic. The acidic color is frequently used to portray toxicity in mass culture. It is representative of part of the public’s fantasy about disaster and has little in common with forms of toxic pollution, as the latter are invisible. By making the fictional representation clash with actual pollution, I try to return to the real world from the imaginary plane.