“Complex metal alloy” is an exhibition project unfolding from the initiated communication and cooperation with the Institute of Physics of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. The Institute of Physics is exceptional in developing metallic materials with the help of unique technologies that lead to rare properties and combinations of metals´ utility characteristics, resulting from their peculiar structure arrangements at the atomic level. The aim of the project is the art exploration of the physical phenomena and to uncover the processes behind the research and progress, which set the direction not only in the scientific realm. The effort to understand and the work with visual information as well as the material object exempted from the scientific environment are cumulated in the installation connecting physically visible with physically invisible. Cooperation: graphic designers: Marek Mati, Alžbeta Halušková Ing. Peter Švec DrSc., Ing. Irena Janotová PhD., Ing. Peter Švec PhD. Sample production: Ing. Ivona Černičková, PhD. Microscope: Titan Themis 300, Manufacturer FEI, used accelerating voltage 200 kV (200 000 V). Photographs are original footage docummneting the research of the Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences.