SPACETIME

SPACETIME
Pam Bain, Roger Alsop and Daniel Armstrong
The phenomenon of TIME is one of the most enigmatic forces in nature. It lies at the heart of our consciousness invoking memories of the past, our perception of the now and our dreamings for the future.

SPACETIME refers to Albert Einstein’s theory that the dimensions of space and time are intimately entwined as one. Inspired by science and philosophy, the works of these three artists is imbued with a sense of poetics and mystery. Cosmological notions of deep space and deep time, transformations of raw data into visual and sonic modalities – time as a flowing state of change, to images of aged and distressed watch faces symbolising our futile attempt to track and measure time as it passes through our lives.

Please join us at the opening to take a trip out into the solar system and beyond! OzGrav’s VR system takes up to six people at once to a virtual universe full of planets, stars, black holes and of course, gravitational waves! Visitors are guided by experienced scientists from the planets; stars, and far reaching galaxies to the most extreme objects in the universe.

Image by Daniel Armstrong.

The Memo, Healesville
FRI 15 MAR - TUE 23 APR

Official Opening
SAT 16 MAR 2PM

FREE EXHIBITION 

Venue:
Healesville Memorial Hall
Address:
235 Maroondah Hwy, Healesville

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