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Rgb led display, chinese papercut (jian zhi) on plexiglass, paper collage, teakwood frame
Dimensions: 66cm (H) x 47cm (W) x 5.5cm (D) / 26" (H) x 18.5" (W) x 2.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Albert Einstein was one of the greatest minds to ever live—not just in the realm of physics, but also when it comes to human relationships. His acts of compassion, careful thinking, and inspiration to the arts on top of his achievements in the sciences have been well noted. In fact, Einstein saw the distinction of science and art not as one of content, but as one of expression: “If what is seen and experienced is portrayed in the language of logic, then it is science. If it is communicated through forms whose constructions are not accessible to the conscious mind but are recognized intuitively, then it is art.” A diagram of gravitational-wave-making black hole binaries reminds one of the two sharks circling their prey, or maybe of a Daoist yin-yang symbol haphazardly painted onto an electrical box in a condemned Shikumen complex. Looking at it, I’m reminded of Manet’s Olympia. Of worlds touching, not yet colliding. Of unknowns becoming known. Of a sort of winding down or up of something terribly exciting.
DATE: Made in island6, Shanghai 2019
This art piece is available here: https://island6.org/ridingagravitationalwave
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island6 六岛 (Liu Dao) is a Shanghai-based collective of tech-geeks and creative talents whose driving force is collaboration. Since its inception in 2006, this dynamic international group has produced multimedia art that muses on the relationship between the delicate qualities of traditional art and the technical complexities of the contemporary. Artists from diverse disciplines converge to contemplate the past, present, and future of China through their humorous and innovative new media work. Their unique collaborative philosophy explores the cultural potential of the convergence of art, technology, and science in their quest to promote cross-cultural dialogue. Liu Dao's ever expanding repertoire includes works in diverse mediums such as LED art, video art, interactive art, neon, photography, painting, sculpture, and dynamic laser art, among others.
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