refract ii

refract ii

Snell’s window is a phenomenon by which an underwater viewer sees everything above the surface through a cone of light, caused by refraction of light entering the water. The area outside Snell’s window will either be completely dark or reflect underwater objects. Textile panel c.  80x120cm Sold

refract i

refract i

Snell’s window is a phenomenon by which an underwater viewer sees everything above the surface through a cone of light, caused by refraction of light entering the water. The area outside Snell’s window will either be completely dark or reflect underwater objects. Textile panel c. 80x120cm £150

schrodingers cat iii - screenprint

schrödinger’s cat iii

Erwin Schrödinger devised a thought experiment to illustrate the problem of applying the 1935 Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics to everyday objects.  Featuring the Dirac constant used in the Schrödinger equation, a partial differential equation that describes how the quantum state of a physical system changes with time. Screenprint 23x39cm Edition:35 £45

the art of science ii - digital collage

the art of science ii

Physicists believe that everything is made from a few fundamental subatomic particles, governed by four fundamental forces. Their best understanding of how these particles and three of the forces are related to each other is captured by the Standard Model of particle physics. A thing of beauty, if incomplete … gravity and dark matter are…

the art of science i

the art of science i

Physicists believe that everything is made from a few fundamental subatomic particles, governed by four fundamental forces. Their best understanding of how these particles and three of the forces are related to each other is captured by the Standard Model of particle physics. A thing of beauty, if incomplete … gravity and dark matter are…