• Citizen Data Explorer: Dave Feldman

    Engineer Dave Feldman creates data sets of his own blood chemistry and uses it in conversations with scientists to poke them into new considerations. My sense decades ago was that artists could do the same, if those in the sciences could treat them openly as researchers who can expand beyond the boundaries they can not… Continue Reading

  • Glass 1.1 | Project

    I am bumping this project to the top of my notes, as I was reminded of it today; in particular how it relates to spin coherence and those who have worked with a newer element called Ormus: Posted a new project under Becoming Objects. Read the full description. Glass 1.1

  • A Moth Story

    The science of a moth’s life, edited into a story of sorts. “Briefly, the moth has several genetic forms, the most famous being the “typica” or white form, which is ivory colored with peppery black spots.” “And the carbonaria form, which is pure black.” “These forms differ by mutations at a single gene, with the… Continue Reading

  • Crab Nebula

    One of the most beautiful images of the Crab Nebula, (the remnants of an exploded star), that was recorded by the Chinese around 1054 AD.

  • The Beauty of the Vortex

    A well designed vortex-making machine, using CD’s, magnets and water. I am always looking for methods which allow you to recreate a natural phenomenon. Although the science may be interesting to some, I am more interested in the mobility of natural phenomena from one context to another, where beauty creates an opportunity for questioning.