The monument uses a unique approach to embody various fields of science, from physics to medicine, through its physical structure and color scheme. The sculpture is painted with 11 distinct colors, each correlating to one of the 11 scientific disciplines. The proportion of each color reflects the number of researchers in each field, with medicine being the most represented, while law and literature have a smaller presence. This diverse color palette not only represents the individual disciplines but also symbolizes their interconnected nature, promoting a sense of unity within the scientific community.
The color scheme is adaptable and can be tailored to reflect the specific context or location of the sculpture, representing aspects such as the presence of Hungarian researchers in the European Union, or Nobel and Abel laureates.
Complementing the physical structure, the artwork features a virtual component accessible through a QR code on its pedestal. This leads visitors to an interactive platform, revealing the detailed information and narratives behind each color. While the statue's form remains constant, its virtual content is dynamic, evolving with the progression of science. This dual presentation of fixed physical form and fluid virtual content captures the essence of scientific innovation and its enduring but renewing impact.