Science Pop, straight to the top,

like an old bop, or a brand new hop

moon ride

NASA image projected on studio installation 

"My dear Kepler, what do you think of the foremost philosophers of this University? In spite of my oft-repeated efforts and invitations, they have obstinacy refused, to look at the planets or Moon or my telescope."

Galileo Galilei

moon view-purple

NASA image projected on studio installation 

"To suppose that the eye, with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus, the iris, the correction of spherical aberration, could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd..."

Charles Darwin

moon view-red & green

NASA image projected on studio installation 

And yet it does evolve,

And yet it does revolve.

And yet it shines, and yet it rolls.

view from a window-revisited,

Projection Photography, 2016

The mutation of the eye,

Kiss ignorance bye bye.

Science Pop

video, 4:00 min 

Pop art placed the popular culture language and aesthetics in the light and prism of contemporary art, Dada did the same to the bicycle wheel.

 

 

Helix Nebula,revisited

NASA image projected on urban texture

2014

In my work I try to bring scientific images, concepts and methodology to the art arena. Art and science share the same quest: to explore and portray the elusive existence.

Andromeda Halaxy,revisited

NASA image projected on urban texture

2014

Crab Nebula,revisited

NASA image projected on urban texture

2014