>NICOLAS LAMAS (per)
Nothing comes from nothing?
Large scale video projection shows paper particles taken from the book Cosmos by Carl Sagan, throbbing wildly inside a subwoofer simultaneously emits different sound recordings of the solar system. In the video you can see how millions of dust particles (from the the paper fibers), jump wildly, driven by low frequency oscillations emitted by the speaker. The piece offers an “alternative reading” of Sagan’s book through the alteration of its original structure, posing a visual experience that reminds us that the universe is not only consolidated through units of matter and energy, but also through units of information in constant interaction within a complex system.