fuse* introduces on Sedition Evolutionary Cosmos, a collection of six digitally rendered landscapes that question the nature of our universe and are generated from the recent audiovisual installation Multiverse.
Several theories of the last century describe our universe as one in a much larger cosmos, member of a growing community of universes, each one being born in a bounce following the formation of a black hole. This assumption leads to presume the existence of a multiverse: a system composed of an infinite number of universes that coexist simultaneously outside of our space-time. During this process of generation of new universes, the values of the free parameters of the physical laws are reprocessed and slightly changed. This leads to an evolutionary picture of the multiverse, where the hospitality for life is seen as an offshoot of a self-organized process. This evolutionary nature has been translated in a generative system that gave birth to an ever-changing process of universe simulation. This collection exposes an instantaneous moment with a particular set of parameter which also symbolize the uniqueness of our existence.
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Forking Paths attempts to disclose specific perturbative events during the evolutive process of the multiverse. Such events are capable to deviate the space of possibilities thus creating new possible universes through the modification of key physical parameters. Here the space-time pathways deviate, the universes storylines fork giving birth to new universes and thus realities.
Energy and Matter reflects on the fundamental components of the universe and their relationship. These two elements are responsible for everything that exists and they can interact freely in a boundless space moving like fluids one next to the other. They depict an open-ended, purposeless process where everything begins.
The infinite flux of energy and matter is interrupted by quantic singularities destined to change the space-time in an indefinite way. These Anomalies represent breaking points where variations can thrive. Only through diversity and modification life emerges.
In The Rule of Randomness, we attempt to represent the cosmic structure of infinite evolving universes in an ordered way. Repetition is apparent, whilst random events modify its nature. A small change of the fundamental physical parameters has a profound consequence of the entire process both in its internal structure and its visual depiction.
Black and White Holes illustrates the generative process involving the presence of white and black holes inside a single universe. These two regions of the space-time might play a big role in the creation and evolution of the cosmos. In this artwork, matter moves dynamically in a simulation that involves two sets of elements that apply opposite forces of attraction and repulsion resulting in a chaotic and determined attempt to reach an equilibrium state.
The final piece of the six-part Evolutionary Cosmos is The Infinite Circle. A work that aims to show an eternal flux of cosmic material running around in a circular motion. The universe that they have created over their collective concept is in its final stage, ready to reach an ending. It is a moment of quiet and calm struggle with intense forces of expansion and contraction that constantly try to find a balance.