16-bit binary screen built with black light lamps where the fluorescence of bacteria E.coli is activated in response to its 440 nanometers light spectrum. Protein GFP is responsible for such fluorescence and this is the reason to be called GFP-Screen. The screen shows a piece of random poetry pretending to be written from a bacterial perspective using Google searches about the human subject. The main results shown are organized in sequence and presented in ASCII code two character every two millisecond. This project addresses the expression of the material agency of microorganisms through light and the capacity of light itself as a medium for information transmission.