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blues, violets, and reds in a complex maelstrom (2016)
pigment drawing on niyodo, one 34x17in. panel

artsci at ucla

i have been invited by victoria vesna to have a (small) solo show in the artsci gallery attached to california nano system institute and to participate to a laser event there.

the show was named quantum metaphors and presents some of my most recent works:

four groups of three 34x17inch pieces (elliptic waves tryptych, palettes of change , quantum waves, and blue wavelets),

two pages from in visible cities,

a large 78x39 drawing with millions of stringlets black, brown, and beige,

and a continuous stringlet animation showing and explaining the stringlets principle.

i don't think that the public is prepared to accept it... my canned chance. this depending on coincidence is too difficult for them. they think everything has to be done on purpose by complete deliberation... in time they will come to accept chance as a possibility to produce things. in fact, the whole world is based on chance, or at least is a definition of what happens in the world we live in and know more than any causality... if i do propose to strain a little bit the laws of physics... it is because I would like you to think them unstable to a degree.
(marcel duchamp - as quoted in soberts, p. 62)

creative commons license jean-pierre hébert contact. (14 Apr 2016)