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Lynette Miller "Quantum Fluctuation"

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From "A Surreal Vision" Exhibition │ Read on Magazine about this exhibition │ More artworks for this exhibition

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Medium: Digital - Mix Media
Year of realization: 2016
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Lynette Miller "Quantum Fluctuation" 30 X 40 cm #4
Lynette Miller "Quantum Fluctuation" 50 X 67 cm #4
Lynette Miller "Quantum Fluctuation" 70 X 93 cm #4
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The spatial relationships generated by the natural landscape have long served as inspiration to classical artists working in a variety of disciplines. Photographers have turned to landscape not only in contemplation of the spiritual and sublime, but as a vehicle for artistic experimentation, a means of exploring the complexity of our relationship with nature and our place within the cosmos. The ancient Greeks were convinced that geometry and mathematics were the keys to unlocking the secrets of the universe, as evidenced by Euclid’s quote: “The laws of nature are but the mathematical thoughts of God.” Or consider Plato: “The knowledge of which geometry aims is the knowledge of the eternal.” And Pythagoras: “Number rules the universe.” Modern cosmology suggests that much of the content of the universe is undetectable, and made up of transparent Dark Matter. As a photographic artist, merely presenting what can emit or absorb light reflected from the earthly landscape presents obvious limitations, particularly when considering recent transformational discoveries concerning how we observe the cosmos. If there is more to our reality than what can currently be observed, described, and measured, how might landscape imagery convey an expanded awareness of reality? Can mathematical calculations allow us to “see” what has never been seen before? Such questions form the conceptual basis of these photographs. No other medium renders perceptible reality more accurately than photography, yet a photograph is merely a two-dimensional representation of light reflected from three-dimensional space. These images challenge traditional definitions of landscape photography and invite viewers to question what we see, how we know, and probe the intersection of what is - and what if. - Lynette Miller
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Frame (Including Glass): Black matt wood 2,5 cm
Passepartout: White 5 cm each side
(Frame and Passepartout sizes are not included in artworks sizes listed above)
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