Physics, Universe and Color Sand painting
this is a temporary work of art about eternity. It uses sand painting, a short-lived and easy-to-destroy form, to show the cosmic microwave background radiation, a distant product left over from the beginning of the Big Bang. Cosmologists are very interested in these ancient radiation that pervades the universe because it is a key clue to understanding the birth of the universe.
this colored sand painting is called "Cosmic Microwave Mandala" and is done by artist Rachel Sussman. It took two weeks of hard work to finish this delicate and magnificent sand painting.
A creative process:
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this work was completed in November last year and was exhibited at New Museum Los Gatos. Recently, the artist himself destroyed the work with a paintbrush. It disappeared in just a few seconds. The short life of sand painting is also an important part of this work of art.
(eventually, all the fine patterns are erased)
how does it feel to create a "picture of the universe" and then destroy it?
learn more about microwave background radiation and read the original text.