(A) FIELD Matter: 'Whats the Matter
FIELD: Matter ? Whats the Matter - (nonluminous, nonbaryonic components)
The work may have an involvement with the past - yet the work is born out of knowledge and feeling gained in the present - therefore it is a recording of the present moment and not an echo.
Collage and Mixed Media, Duets Drawn Textual Poetics
Dark Matter and perceived collisions. A new Material Culture ?
A sequence of Visuals and Textual interpretations performed under strict conditions - in a series of set contexts and locations that aim to form an exploration of Conscious, unconscious responses to historical and current key themes
Personal interpretations juxtaposed with mass and collective perceptions of the theatrical - the mythic - the real and hyper real
Form: Research proposal ; Collaboration, Abstract, Paper - Visual Document
Recent research from Stockholm University and MIT claims that 'Dark Matter collides with the Human Body' and passes through Cells and Matter, 'Astrophysical observation has shown conclusively that the majority of the matter in the Universe consists of an unknown nonluminous, nonbaryonic component. Understanding the nature of this dark matter is one of the major outstanding problems of astrophysics and particle physics. Most cosmologists believe that the solution to this puzzle lies in the discovery of a new type of fundamental particle. Leading candidates for the dark matter are Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs) quoted from paper by Freece & Savage ; *'Dark Matter collisions with the Human Body' ; Department of Physics, Stockholm University, AlbaNova, SE-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden (Dated: April 12, 2012)
Such entanglement of sensory observations from the present and of the past – are depicted and preserved into one encapsulated visual / textual creative outcome – and therefore becomes an expression of immediate experience. The work may have an involvement with the past - yet the work is born out of knowledge and feeling gained in the present - therefore it is a recording of the present moment and not an echo.